curry favor with (one)

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curry favor with (one)

To ingratiate oneself to someone Flattery won't work; the only way of currying favor with him is through hard work.
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curry favor with someone

to try to win favor from someone. The lawyer tried to curry favor with the judge. It's silly to curry favor with the boss. Just act yourself.
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SUNDERLAND chairman Ellis Short has been currying favour with fans after celebrating two wins under new manager Paolo Di Canio.
AN award-winning pub chef is so committed to currying favour with his customers that he travels for two hours to spice up his curry nights.
A HALL GREEN restaurant will be currying favour with food lovers today with its own pancake creation.
If Chambers was serious about currying favour with the rank and file then he ought to have planted one on Ramsay before leaving.
A BBC insider said: "The lads are looking forward to it, particularly Damon as he is currying favour with his relatives by taking some along.
The handicapper wasn't currying favour with Tuck after the race as he has pushed Hot 'N Saucy 12lb up the ratings in future handicaps.
CAR giants Rover are currying favour with motorists whose tandoori takeaways topple over on the journey home.
A BIRMINGHAM restaurant will be currying favour with food lovers today with its own pancake creation.
Arthur Titherington, of the Japanese Labour Camps Survivors' Association, said: "The Government is more interested in currying favour with the Japanese than in supporting our own people.
His currying favour with fawning fans on a website is unprofessional and embarrassing.