Take your hat off to somebody - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
take your hat off to somebody
take (one's) hat off to (someone or something)
To praise, salute, congratulate, or pay tribute to someone. I must take my hat off to you for your stunning victory, Mr. President. We all take our hats off to Janet for her recent promotion.
take your ˈhat off to somebody,
hats ˈoff to somebody (both especially British English) (American English usually tip your ˈhat to somebody) (informal) used for expressing admiration for what somebody has done: I take my hat off to the doctors and nurses of the hospital. They were magnificent. ♢ Hats off to you. That’s the best fish soup I’ve ever tasted.