straight from the horse's mouth

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straight from the horse's mouth (not comparable)

  1. (idiomatic) Directly from the source; firsthand.
    If you don't believe me, go talk to him and hear it straight from the horse's mouth. It's true.

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straight from the horse's mouth (not comparable)

  1. (idiomatic) firsthand; direct; from the source.
    This is straight from the horse's mouth.

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