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    Phrase meaning


    Could you please help me with the meaning of the following phrase?
    "You've got a way with words"

    Thank you

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    Re: Phrase meaning

    Having a way with something usually connotes having some level of expertise, or skill, and often creative or subtle in nature. More closely, an aptitude. So, "you have a way with words." means simply you speak very well, or you have a way with people means you interact with people well.

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    Re: Phrase meaning

    Thank you Josh!

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