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acquit yourself well/honourably

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacquit yourself well/honourablyacquit yourself well/honourablyDOto do something well, especially something difficult that you do for the first time in front of other people acquit
Examples from the Corpus
acquit yourself well/honourablyThey did acquit themselves well with heavier strings and a flat pick, but in the main they were seen as fingerpicking guitars.
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