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English definition of “there's something in sth”

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there's something in sth

used to admit that there is some value or truth in what someone does or says, although you do not completely approve of it: I don't go along with all his theories but there's probably something in it.
Translations of “there's something in sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有一定道理,有點價值…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有一定道理,有点价值…
(Definition of there's something in sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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