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have (got) it made

infml to be successful or rich: Everyone thinks if you’re in a hit movie, you’ve got it made.
have it made
If you have it made, you are able to relax and do not have to worry about work or other problems: You’re taking all the easy classes this semester – you’ve got it made!
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have (got) it made

informal
to be certain to be successful and have a good life, often without much effort: With his father at the head of the firm, he's got it made.
(Definition of have (got) it made from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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