get the most out of (someone or something)

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get the most out of (someone or something)

1. To treat someone in a way that allows them to perform to the best of their ability. Beth's one of those managers who always seems to get the most out of her employees.
2. To benefit from something as much as is possible. I really want you to get the most out of your college experience, so I think you should consider participating in more activities on campus.
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get the most out of someone or something

to achieve the greatest output of work, effort, production, etc., out of someone or something. I do what I can to get the most out of life. I try to get the most out of my employees.
See also: get, most, of, out