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Today's Idiom = "Figure Someone Or Something Out"
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Figure Someone Or Something Out ( learn; discover; find out; understand ... )

"Figure Someone Or Something Out"

Figuring something out is learning how it works and understanding it.

Example: "Stop trying to figure me out."

Figure On It

Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something

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