click with (one)

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click with (one)

1. To have a positive connection or friendly rapport with one, often quickly. I just don't click with those people—I doubt we have anything in common. I clicked with Ashley immediately, and we've been best friends ever since.
2. To quickly resonate with one or a group. If our invention clicks with consumers, then we'll be millionaires!
3. To make sense to one; to be able to be understood by one. The tutor's explanation of sine and cosine really clicked with me—I think I finally understand it now.
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click with someone

 
1. [for something] to be understood or comprehended by someone suddenly. His explanation clicked with Maggie at once.
2. [for someone or something new] to catch on with someone; to become popular or friendly with someone very quickly. The new product clicked with consumers and was an instant success. I clicked with Tom the moment I met him.
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click (with someone)

in. to catch on with someone; to intrigue someone; to become popular with someone. Sam and Mary are getting along fine. I knew they’d click.
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I think two years ago something clicked with us and them, and they've driven us through; you can tell from the amount of points we've got over the last two and a half years, nearly 200 points.
"There was something about Gemma that just clicked with us and she's been an absolute godsend so far."
He got some photographs clicked with us. He told us that, if we would like to join politics then we are most welcome," said Anmol, a student of Heritage Public School.