Idiom: 'Been around the block a few times'

What does 'Been around the block a few times' mean?

Meaning:

Someone who says they've been around the block a few times is indicating that they have life experience relating to the topic at hand. It is not necessary to discuss the introductory aspects of the topic or give beginner level advice.

Contributor: Mike Lary

Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used

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