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have sth on your side

If you have something on your side, it gives you an advantage when you are trying to achieve something: I thought I would get the job, but the other person who was being considered for it had experience on his side.
Translations of “have sth on your side”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有…的優勢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有…的优势…
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