Give sb/sth a wide berth：to keep a reasonable distance from someone or something; to steer clear of someone or something. （与某人或某事物保持距离；或与之划清界线、敬而远之）
例句：Filming with your smartphone, the resulting images are often more than a little shaky, and if you are speaking to the camera, you quickly run out of things to say. Given live streaming’s potential for such pratfalls, you’d imagine that large businesses would give it a wide berth.
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