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    Hats off

    Hats off to Mr peterson & team of BBCnews who exposes truth behind politicians & anti nationals.

    I don't found (hats off) anywhere in dictionary.


    Please explain it.


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    Re: Hats off

    I think it is a gesture for showing respect and roughly we can say instead:
    Thanks to Mr peterson & team of ...

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    Re: Hats off

    hats off to someone

    Something that you say when you want to express your admiration for someone.

    Ex: Hats off to her - it takes a lot of courage to go travelling on your own at that age.

    take hat off - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

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    Re: Hats off

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    I don't found (hats off) anywhere in dictionary.
    Correction
    I couldn't find it anywhere in the dictionary.
    I can't find it anywhere in the dictionary.

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