Put sb on a pedestal In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "put sb on a pedestal", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Jenny Anh calendar 2021-07-22 03:07

Meaning of Put sb on a pedestal

Put sb on a pedestal verb phrase

It's also known as set/place sb on a pedestal.

Believe that someone is a perfect person with no faults

Back in the 2010s, many fangirls put Justin Bieber on a pedestal.

He has put his wife on a pedestal and ignored all the advice from his family.

Other phrases about:

to rob the cradle
have a romantic or sexual relationship with or marry someone much younger than oneself.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
If a person imitates what you do, it means that person loves or admires you a lot.
worship the ground someone walks on

To show absolute respect, admiration or love to someone

fall on (one's) knees

To go down on one or both of one's knees in order to express respect, awe, penitence, subjection or reverence

slap and tickle

Loving gestures of couples such as petting, kissing, and cuddling

Grammar and Usage of Put sb on a pedestal

Verb Forms

  • puts sb on a pedestal
  • puts someone on a pedestal

The verb "put" should be conjugated according to its tense.

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