get the better of
My cruiosity got the better of me, and I opened the letter.
His conscience got the better of him, so he called her to apologize.
I had to open the package. My curiosity got the better of me.
A: That guy at work is driving me crazy!
B: Don't let him get the better of you!
in regard to
In regard to your question, the answer is yes.
In regard to your request, we are sending you information about our new product.
She called in regard to the job opening in the advertising department.
A: In regard to your last test, I think you could have done better.
B: I know, I will study harder next time.
He had to look over some papers before leaving work today.
Did you look over that report I left on your desk?
The teacher said he would look over our essay to give us suggestions.
A: Let's look over our travel plans again.
B: Why? We're just going to the store.
name A after B
This is your great-uncle Jim. You were named after him.
My parents named me after my grandfather.
She named her cat after a cartoon character.
A: Why is your town called Bismarck?
B: It's named after a kind of donut.
Why don't you stick around?
Stick around! We'll be right back!
He stuck around until his friend got off work.
A: Hey, look! Those policemen just ran into that store.
B: Let's stick around and see what happens.