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Meaning of “take your hat off to sb” in the English Dictionary

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take your hat off to sb

If you say that you take ​your hat off to someone, you ​mean that you ​admire them for an ​achievement: So Emma ​actuallymanages to ​juggle two ​smallchildren and a ​full-timejob, does she? Well, I take my hat off to her.
(Definition of take your hat off to sb from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “take your hat off to sb”
in Chinese (Simplified) 向(某人)脱帽致敬…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向(某人)脫帽致敬…
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