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Today's Idiom = "Take Someone Under One's Wings"
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Take Someone Under One's Wings ( offer help to that person and teach them what one knows ... )

"Take Someone Under One's Wings"

Example: "This new gal at the office is doing so well, now that Terry has taken her under her wings."

Take Someone To The Cleaners

Take The Bull By The Horns

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