English version

take somebody into your confidence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake somebody into your confidencetake somebody into your confidenceto tell someone your secrets or private or personal details about your life Elsa took me into her confidence and told me about some of the problems she was facing. confidence
Examples from the Corpus
take somebody into your confidenceNot that she had made up her mind about taking Bridget into her confidence - she would leave that decision until later.Disclosing information Give others nuggets of information about yourself and take them into your confidence.Use you, yes, but take you into his confidence?He is for ever telling us what he will do and why, for ever taking us into his confidence.At first she thought she might take Leo into her confidence.One of the best ways of doing this is to take children into our confidence.I want to take you into my confidence.Draw the children to you; take them into your confidence.
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