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take the words (right) out of somebody’s mouth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake the words (right) out of somebody’s mouthtake the words (right) out of somebody’s mouthspokenSAME if someone takes the words out of your mouth, they have just said what you were going to say word
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