English version

hand in glove

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhand in glovehand in gloveWITHclosely connected with someone, especially in an illegal activity Far from being independent, the government and media work hand in glove. hand
Examples from the Corpus
hand in gloveAll night long the thought of his being hand in glove with Harry Martin had lingered at the back of her mind.Temperamentally and ideologically, the two men fit hand in glove.Temperamentally and ideologically, the two men fit hand in glove.This statement fits hand in glove with the Corinthian assertions in 6: 12-13.She did the bending and the kneeling, and they worked together hand in glove.Was he worried that she'd finally found her proof that he was hand in glove with Harry Martin?Far from being independent and wary of one another, big government and mainstream media work hand in glove with each other.The flaw apparently involves the Orion chipset that works hand in glove with the new Pentium Pro or P6 microprocessor.
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