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have got something there

If you say that a person has got something there, you mean they have said or discovered an important or interesting thing.
Translations of “have got something there”
in Chinese (Traditional) 說得有道理, 發現很重要(或很有意思)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说得有道理, 发现很重要(或很有意思)…
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