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    marenparn is offline Junior Member
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    Default Idiom: to have one thing going for smb

    Please, could someone give me the exact meaning of the idiom 'to have one thing going for smb'

    I guess it means something like 'there is at least one positive thing about smb'

    Thanks a lot in advance

    Maren

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    Default Re: Idiom: to have one thing going for smb

    John: "He doesn't have much chance of getting the job he's applied for."
    Mary: "At least he has one thing going for him: he's from a minority group!"

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