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be no slouch (at something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe no slouch (at something)be no slouch (at something)informalGOOD AT to be very good at something Horowitz was no slouch at languages. slouch
Examples from the Corpus
be no slouch (at something)Reed, 33, is no slouch in the kitchen herself.Bonds were no slouch, either.Shearer is some talent, but Newell & Gallagher are no slouches.Your engineer officer, McCafferty, is no slouch either and neither is mine.At 12-1, Stanford is no slouch at home either, you know.
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