"Separate the wheat from the chaff"
- separate the good from the bad, the valuable from the worthless.
The expression refers to the farming practice of threshing corn in order to separate the worthless husks from the good grain. Someone who, figuratively speaking, separates the wheat from the chaff identifies what is worthwhile in an undertaking and disgards that which is a waste of time.
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