take one's cue from someone.
Meanings of "take one's cue from ..."
to use someone's course of action as a guide.
to emulate someone's example.
|1.||Dive in head first|
|2.||Beat (or ride) like a rented mule|
|3.||Chivalry is dead|
|4.||Smoke 'em if you got 'em|
|5.||An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening|
|6.||you are my sunshine|
|7.||Meet me under the mistletoe|
|8.||What goes around, comes around|
|10.||ASAP, STAT, or PDQ|