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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “turn/use sth to good account”

turn/use sth to good account

UK formal
to use your skills and abilities to produce good results
充分利用;有效发挥
I think we'd all agree that you turned your negotiating skills to very good account in this afternoon's meeting.
我想我们都得承认,今天下午的会议上,你把你的谈判才能发挥得淋漓尽致。
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