Idioms

take (something) on faith
to accept or believe something with little or no evidence
I took it on faith that the friend of my boss was an honest person.
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  • take (something) on the chin
  • take (something) out on (someone or something)
  • take (something) personally
  • take (something) the wrong way
  • take (something) to heart
  • take (something) to one's grave
  • take (something) to the bank
  • take (something) up with (someone)
  • take (something) with a grain of salt
  • take a backseat to (someone or something)
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  • grow to do/like (something)
  • put forth (an idea/plan/suggestion)
  • shoot up (someone or something)
  • do a number on (someone or something)
  • in (someone's) shoes/place
  • worse for wear
  • fall over backwards (to do something)
  • die down
  • holy cats
  • green with envy

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