English version

take a leaf out of somebody’s book

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake a leaf out of somebody’s booktake a leaf out of somebody’s bookIMITATEto copy the way someone else behaves because you want to be like them or be as successful as they are They are committing $3m to research. We could take a leaf out of their book. leaf
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