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Meaning of “have sth under your belt” in the English Dictionary

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have sth under your belt

to have ​learned or ​succeeded in something that might be an ​advantage in the ​future: Basic ​computerskills are a good thing to have under ​your belt.
(Definition of have sth under your belt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “have sth under your belt”
in Chinese (Simplified) 已经掌握…, 已经获得……
in Turkish başarı hanesine kaydetmek, çantada keklik olarak görmek…
in Russian иметь на своем счету…
in Chinese (Traditional) 已經掌握…, 已經獲得……
in Polish mieć coś na koncie…
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