To be like a bull in a China shop

What does “To be like a bull in a China shop” mean?
To be like a bull in a china shop is used to describe a person that cannot be trusted to behave or to be polite in social or delicate situations because they speak or comment without self-control and without the due care and attention towards other people’s feelings; Or to describe an accident prone person who often drops or breaks things because they are heavy-handed, clumsy or uncoordinated.

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