What's the meaning of "pay court to"
Jun 10, 2010 5:40 AM
Answers · 2
it means to solicit someone's attention; to woo someone. e.g The lawyer was thought to be paying court to too many politicians. The lobbyist paid court to all the influential members of Congress. cowboy...
June 10, 2010
Hi Linky, This is an idiom that means to flatter, but I don't believe it is used too frequently in modern-day English. Jamie
June 10, 2010
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