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To take under one’s wing


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To take under one’s wing means to take somebody under one’s protection.

Sample Usage

1. When Catherine’s parents were tragically killed in a car crash, her maternal aunt took her under her wing.

2. Realizing Shristi's talent, the tennis coach decided to take her under his wing and help her improve her skills.


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