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English idioms related to Behavior & Approach - Tact

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English idioms related to Behavior & Approach
to let sleeping dogs lie
[phrase]
to ignore a situation, topic, issue, etc. so as not to cause troubles or difficulties
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to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
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to simultaneously support two opposing parties, particularly to increase one's gain
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to save the day / situation
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to take action in order to prevent a probable failure or defeat
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there is a method to one's madness
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used when there is good reasoning behind one's seemingly strange or crazy behavior
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to treat / handle sb/sth with kid gloves
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to be specially careful, gentle, or considerate when dealing with someone or something
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to play one's cards right
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to make good use of the things that are at one's disposal so as to succeed or gain something
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to know better
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to be wise enough to avoid certain behaviors or thoughts
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to make the best of a bad bargain
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to try to achieve the best outcome possible when dealing with a difficult or bad situation
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to err on the right side
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to choose a cautious course of action in a situation where there is uncertainty or potential risk
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to not bid the devil good morrow until / till sb (actually) meet (with) him
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used to tell someone to avoid trouble as much as possible
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to go through channels
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to follow the accepted or correct path toward reaching one's goal or desired outcome
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