throw oneself at (someone)
to give oneself willingly to someone for romance
The woman in the movie threw herself at the hero of the story.
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  • throw oneself at/on the mercy of the court
  • throw one`s weight around
  • throw out (someone) or throw (someone) out
  • throw out (something) or throw (something) out
  • throw some light on (something)
  • throw the baby out with the bathwater
  • throw the book at (someone)
  • throw together (people) or throw (people) together
  • throw up
  • throw up (something) or throw (something) up
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  • slow on the draw
  • change the subject
  • miss the point
  • bend (someone's) ear
  • have one's nose in a book
  • pit (someone or something) against (someone or something)
  • not up to scratch
  • ships that pass in the night
  • play footsie with (someone)
  • strike a happy medium

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    Confidence in, not to

    Don't Say:
    I have great confidence to you.

    I have great confidence in you.

    In confidence: Let me Tell you something in confidence (= a secret)
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