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    Idiom for 'Understanding someone very well'

    I need an Idiom for 'Understanding someone very well'

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    If my mother knew me very well (which she does not) I could say to her: 'mother, you can read me like a book'.

    More colloquial options might be: 'you're really in to me' and 'you know me so well'

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