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To rub elbows with someone (AmE) = To rub shoulders with someone (BrE) mean "to associate with someone; to work closely with someone"
Do you know another phrase with this meaning?
Last edited by Olenek; 21-Apr-2011 at 11:15.
We use that in BrE.
My youngers (i.e. nearly everybody) 'hang out' with people. Sounds risky to me.
If you're close with someone you say "we're tight".