back to basics

back to basics
Meaning: start to give your attention to the simplest and most important matters after ignoring them for a while.
Example: The president's economic package has failed to win the financial institutions' trust and he will have to get back to basics.

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wrap in cotton wool
wrap in cotton wool Meaning: protect somebody too much without allowing them to be independent enough. Example: The mother wrapped the child up in cotton wool as if ... Read on

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