What does the idiom "don't bite the hand that feeds you" mean?

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The meaning of 'Don't bite the hand that feeds you' is not to disrespect the ones that take care of you, whether it be your parents or not. Even in the work place, it would mean your boss is the one that signs your paycheck. Either way, do not disrespect people that on there for you.
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It means just what it sounds like - you should not "bite" somebody who is helping you. If someone does something for you, don't complain or snap at them if it is not exactly
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The phrase, "don't bite the hand that feeds you", is an expression
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Always be well aware of your source of income and treat it with respect. Remember that without the "hand that feeds you" you would go hungry.
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You have rolled two sayings into one so it doesn't really mean anything. Don't bite the hand that feeds you means don't turn against those who look after you because if you do you
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