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have inner resources

to have the ability to help yourself manage or achieve something
擁有內在素質;具有內在力量;具有精神力量
He can't cope with difficult situations on his own - he has no inner resources.
他不能獨力應付困難局面——他心理素質很差。
Skilled, talented and able
Translations of “have inner resources”
in Chinese (Simplified) 拥有内在素质, 具有内在力量, 具有精神力量…
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