Idiom: take a leaf out of someone’s book
— I should take a leaf out of your book and lose 25 pounds.
— Take a leaf out of my book and get up an hour early to write and you’ll finish writing a book in a year.
— I took a leaf out of my roommate's book and learned how to cook.
— Why don't you take a leaf out of your brother's book and do your chores without having to be reminded?
— Take a leaf out of my book and make your own coffee at home and you'll save so much money.
— My son took a leaf out of his father's book and grew a thick beard.
— We hope our daughter will take a leaf out of her sister's book and go into medicine.
— We're hoping my neighbor will take a leaf out of our book and apply weed killer to their lawn.
— My dad took a leaf out of my mom's book and called in sick to work so we could go to the beach.
— If you want to be a professional tennis player take a leaf out of Roger Federer's book and get serious about your diet and fitness.
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