give a wide berthMeaning: avoid somebody; keep away from somebody.Example: He has fallen out with her adviser and has been giving her a wide berth for a couple of months.
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in the darkin the dark Meaning: uninformed, a state of ignorance. Example: We’re still in the dark about the company’s layoff policy. Another forms of in the dark Idiom: keep ... Read on
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