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English definition of “not miss a trick”

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not miss a trick

said about someone who never fails to notice and take advantage of a good opportunity: Jonathan doesn't miss a trick! If there's a bargain to be had, he'll find it.
Translations of “not miss a trick”
in Chinese (Traditional) 善於把握機會…
in Chinese (Simplified) 善于把握机会…
(Definition of not miss a trick from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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