Definition of Take a leaf out of someone's book

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To adopt an idea or practice of another person. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Take A Leaf Out Of Someone's Book

take a dip
take a dive
take a firm stand
take a gamble
take a gander
take a grab
take a guess
take a hike
take a hint
take a hit
take a hop
take a joke
take a knee
take a knife to a gunfight
take a leaf out of someone's book
take a leak
take a licking
take a licking and keep on ticking
take a load off
take a long walk on a short pier
take a look
take a number
take a pew
take a picture
take a picture, it will last longer
take a pill
take a powder
take a risk
take a seat

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