Idiom of the day: “straight from the horses mouth”

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‘Straight from the horses mouth’ is a fun and commonly used idiom that you can use when saying that you have heard news or information from someone who has personal and direct knowledge on the subject.

Tom – “How did you find out that the manager is leaving?”

Dave – “I heard it straight from the horses mouth – I was speaking to him at the office this morning.”

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