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miércoles, 23 de diciembre de 2015

In someone's good books

in someone's good books Informal


Meaning: If you're in someone's good books, they are pleased with you.
For example:
  • Ever since I helped her son get into university, I've been in Jean's good books and she's been very nice to me.
  • All you have to do to get into his good books is to agree with everything he says.
Note: This idiom means the opposite to "in someone's bad books."

Quick Quiz:
I've been in Harry's good books ever since I
  1. crashed his car
  2. fixed his computer
  3. got drunk at his wedding
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