born with a silver spoon in one’s mouthidiom

  • ja裕福な家庭に生まれる
  • ento come from a rich family and benefit from that

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But even when you're born with a silver spoon in your mouth, hard times can strike.
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And that's just what happened to Donald.
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He was even forced into the ultimate act of degradation: starring in his own reality show.
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Missy Elliott wasn't born with a silver spoon in her mouth.
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Instead, she was raised in a working-class home —
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the only child of her mom Patricia, who worked as a dispatcher for a power company,
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and her dad Ronnie, a former marine.
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Both green and silver — thanks to their links to currencies —
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evoke associations with money and greed,
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and many Slytherins do value wealth and social status.
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“My father can afford the best.”
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Then there’s the idea of “being born with a silver spoon in your mouth
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or getting something “on a silver platter,”
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so silver also speaks to the privilege
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that many Slytherins are born into.
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Even though Wilson wasn't born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she always knew that she'd
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be a Hollywood success story one day.
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As the actress told InStyle,
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"It’s not so much about having money.
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I like doing good, charitable things.
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But it is also nice when you don't have much."