IDIOM: To "learn something from the bottom up"

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IDIOM: To "learn something from the bottom up"

Post  Vincent Law on Mon Mar 05, 2012 4:18 pm

To "learn something from the bottom up."

Fig. to learn something thoroughly, from the very basics; to learn all aspects of something, even the least important ones.
Ex: "I learned my business from the bottom up. I started out sweeping the floors and learned everything from the bottom up."

This material is not directly related, but it can help young learners to develop their skills, even if this study is not accurate 100 percent:

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