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    a man of merit

    kk107)a man of merit
    Does "a man of merit" mean a person who made a great achievement like defeating the enemy?
    Does "merit" mean "achievement" or "accomplishment"?

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    Re: a man of merit

    Usually, yes. A man who has earned some recognition.

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