a thing or two Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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a thing or two

some matters, facts, or information: I'm having trouble paying attention - I have a thing or two on my mind. Why don't you ask Andrew about it? He knows a thing or two about (= has some knowledge of) computers. She thinks she knows everything about raising children, but I could tell her a thing or two (= some information she does not know).
Translations of “a thing or two”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一些事情, 些許知識,一星半點…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一些事情, 些许知识,一星半点…
(Definition of a thing or two from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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