high or top on agenda

high or top on agenda
Meaning: if a subject or plan is at the top of somebody’s agenda, it is the most important thing they want to discuss or deal with.
Example: The government has realized the need for placing educational reform at the top of its agenda.

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fool’s paradise

Meaning: This phrase refers to someone who becomes happy at hopes provided based on false facts.

Example: The money was never going to be deposited by him. He kept promising her and let her stay in that fool’s paradise for way too long. Read on

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