IDIOM - to "expand one's horizons"

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IDIOM - to "expand one's horizons"

Post  Vincent Law on Sun Apr 22, 2012 10:45 am

IDIOM - To "expand one's horizons":

Fig. It means to experience and learn new things. To increase the range of things that someone knows about, has experienced, or is able to do.
Ex: "Read more! Travel! Go out and expand your horizons!" - "This trip to the Far East has certainly broadened our family's horizons."

Also: broaden/widen somebody's horizons

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