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Meaning of “be in your element” - Learner’s Dictionary

be in your element

to be happy because you are doing what you like doing and what you are good at: I'm in my element at a children's party.Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in something
Translations of “be in your element”
in Chinese (Traditional) 適得其所, 得心應手…
in Russian быть в своей стихии…
in Turkish sevdiği/iyi olduğu şeyi yapmaktan mutlu olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 适得其所, 得心应手…
in Polish być w swoim żywiole…
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