The British Idiom – Burst someone’s bubble
Definition of Burst someone’s bubble
To burst someone’s bubble is to dispell any illusions that they might have had about something or someone.
Examples of Usage of Burst someone’s bubble
I don’t want to burst your bubble, Louise, but Elvis really is dead. I always admired him and really wanted to be like him, but then I met him in person and the experience burst my bubble.
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