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have a good run for your money

to have a good enough time: I've achieved a lot in my life and I feel I've had a good run for my money.
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Translations of “have a good run for your money”
in Chinese (Simplified) 过得愉快, 过得有意义, 没有虚度时光…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過得愉快, 過得有意義, 沒有虛度時光…
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