Which preposition should I use with have high/great hopes.... "for" or "of"? In many dictionaries more appropriate version is with "for" I guess, when we refer to somebody. But I've found "of" in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English 4th Edition. In newer versions there is no such an example. It's only with "for". I specifically refer to this example. Is it correct? Can I use "of" with somebody? http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/hope_2
have high/great hopes of
We have great hopes of her - she's very talented.