What does 'In my book' mean?
This idiom means "in my opinion" or "as far as I'm concerned".
- "The government's doing an awful job, in my book"
- "In my book, it's the best city I've ever lived in."
- "My boss doesn't really respect me, and in my book that's a problem."
Contributor: Richard Flynn
Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- By the book
- Open book
- Every trick in the book
- Take a leaf out of someone's book
- Closed book to me
- Throw the book at someone
- Close the book
- Oldest trick in the book
- Don't judge a book by the cover
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