Idioms

take (something) up with (someone)
to raise and discuss a matter with someone
Our supervisor plans to take the issue of overtime up with the senior managers.
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  • take (something) with a grain of salt
  • take a backseat to (someone or something)
  • take a bath
  • take a bath (on something)
  • take a beating
  • take a bow
  • take a break
  • take a chance
  • take a course in (something)
  • take a crack at (something)
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  • setup
  • in the chips
  • by chance
  • all in one piece
  • hands down
  • to the tune of (an amount of money)
  • through hell and high water
  • not by a long shot
  • one of these days
  • go ahead

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