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English definition of “have been around the ridges”

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have been around the ridges

Australian English
If you have been around the ridges, you have a lot of experience.
Translations of “have been around the ridges”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有豐富的經驗…
in Chinese (Simplified) 如果你曾到屋脊上去看过,那么你就有很多经验。…
(Definition of have been around the ridges from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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