bring out the best in (one)

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bring out the best in (one)

To cause one to exhibit one's best traits. Mrs. Smith must bring out the best in her students—they all get good grades in her class and are very engaged with the subject matter. My kids never misbehave when you watch them, so you definitely bring out the best in them!
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bring out the best in someone

to cause someone to behave in the best manner. This kind of situation doesn't exactly bring out the best in me. Good weather brings out the best in me.
See also: bring, out
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

bring out the ˈbest in somebody

make somebody show their best qualities: Sometimes it takes a crisis to bring out the best in people. OPPOSITE: bring out the worst in somebody
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