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English definition of “think the sun shines out (of) sb's arse/backside”

think the sun shines out (of) sb's arse/backside

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to love and admire someone so much that you do not think they have any bad qualities
(Definition of think the sun shines out (of) sb's arse/backside from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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