Idiom: latch onto someone/something
— Whenever we go to the grocery store, my daughter latches onto me because she got lost once before and is really scared of getting separated again.
— Whenever I date someone my roommate latches onto any minor issue or bad habit the person has because she's jealous and worried I'll get a boyfriend before her.
— My little sister latches onto me at school recess and it's so annoying.
— Our dog latches onto my dad whenever he's home.
— I just mentioned I might be interested in going to medical school and now my mom has latched onto the idea and is pressuring me to become a doctor.
— Try to network instead of just latching on to the first person you meet at the conference.
— Finally, the students latched onto the concept and became excited about the topic.
— It's so annoying how that girl latches onto me in class just because I spoke to her once for 15 minutes.
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