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Idiom of the Week (금주의 숙어): take a leaf out of / from someone’s book

Can you guess the meaning of  “take a leaf out of / from someone’s book”  당신은  “take a leaf out of / from someone’s book 가 무슨 의미인지 아시겠어요?

 

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Answer (답):

– to follow someone’s example; imitate

[누군가의 본을 따르다]

 

Sample sentence (샘플 문장):

Some countries that took a leaf out of American industry’s book are now doing very well for themselves.

 

 

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