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English definition of “know what you are doing”

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know what you are doing

to have the knowledge or experience that is necessary to do something: Don’t worry about me – I know what I’m doing!
Translations of “know what you are doing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 掌握了有效地做某事的技能和知識…
in Chinese (Simplified) 掌握了有效地做某事的技能和知识…
(Definition of know what you are doing from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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