get on (well) with (somebody)
have a good relationship with
" I get on very well with my colleagues."
get wise to something/somebodylearn about something kept secret He finally got wise to the fact that they were stealing his money.
go somebody one better|go|go one better|one betterv. phr.
To do something better than (someone else); do more or better than; beat. Bill's mother gave the boys in Bill's club hot dogs for refreshments, so Tom's mother said that she would go her one better next time by giving them hot dogs and ice cream. John made a good dive into the water, but Bob went him one better by diving in backwards.
Put somebody's nose out of joint
If you put someone's nose out of joint, you irritate them or make them angry with you.
somebody up there loves mesomebody up there loves me
I am having very good luck right now; also, someone with influence is favoring me. For example, I won $40 on that horse—somebody up there loves me,
or I don't know how I got that great assignment; somebody up there loves me.
This idiom, generally used half-jokingly, alludes either to heavenly intervention or to the help of a temporal higher authority. [Colloquial; mid-1900s] Also see friend in court
somebody up there loves me|hate|hates|love|loves|sslang
An expression intimating that an unseen power in heaven, such as God, has been favorable or unfavorable to the one making the exclamation. Look at all the money I won! I say somebody up there sure loves me! Look at all the money I've lost! I say somebody up there sure hates me!
somebody up there loves/hates mean expression meaning that an unseen power in heaven has been favorable/unfavorable to you "Somebody up there loves me," he said as he found the money on the side of the road.
Take your hat off to somebody
If you take your hat off to someone, you acknowledge that they have done something exceptional or otherwise deserve your respect.