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    rest // hear it from me

    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me what the two underlined parts mean in the following context? Thank you.

    A: Peter is a kid with special needs, but he's the sweetest child. Most of the teachers love him.

    B: And the rest?

    A: Well, some are better with special needs kids than others, but you didn't hear it from me. A student like Peter can be challenging, to say the least.

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    Re: rest // hear it from me

    and (all) the rest (of it) : INFORMAL
    used at the end of a list for referring to other similar people or things that you have not mentioned

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