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English idioms related to Opinion - Agreement or Approval

Discover how English idioms like "common ground" and "take kindly to" relate to agreement or approval in English.

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English idioms related to Opinion
to take kindly to sb/sth
[phrase]
to show that one is attracted by or pleased with someone or something
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you bet
[interjection]
used to show that someone has made a good suggestion or guess
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common ground
[noun]
shared opinions, beliefs, or interests between parties that have disagreements about other things
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fair enough
[interjection]
used to acknowledge the validity or logic behind someone's assertion, even if one doesn't entirely agree with it
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I hear you
[sentence]
used to tell someone that one completely understands or agrees with what they are saying
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you can say that again
[sentence]
used to express one's complete agreement with someone's statement
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to see eye to eye
[phrase]
to completely agree with someone and understand their point of view
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to preach to the choir
[phrase]
to attempt to make people accept ideas, opinions, etc. that they already agree with
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on the same wavelength
[phrase]
used to say that one person has the same ideas, opinions, or mentality as another person
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on the same page
[phrase]
in complete agreement with someone
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meeting of (the) minds
[phrase]
a situation in which two parties are in full agreement with one another
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thumbs up
[phrase]
an instance or gesture that indicates approval or satisfaction
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of course my horse
[interjection]
used to express one's agreement or approval
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to hit the nail on the head
[phrase]
to say or do the exact right thing in a particular situation
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to ring true
[phrase]
to seem true or reasonable to one
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to back the right horse
[phrase]
to support someone who will later bring one profit by achieving success
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it would not do sb any harm
[sentence]
used to refer to something as a good idea or a reasonable choice
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to eat one's words
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to take back something one has said previously
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that is about the size of it
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used to emphasize the truth of what one is saying
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to sign on the dotted line
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to sign a document to show that one has agreed to do or buy something
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to sit well with sb/sth
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to be agreeable or acceptable to someone or something
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