English version

be somebody’s forte

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe somebody’s fortebe somebody’s forteGOOD ATto be something that you do well or are skilled at He found that running long distances was not his forte. As a writer, her forte is comedy. forte
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not ... forteFine lines and shading are not our cultural forte.Economics is clearly not his forte.But rigorous historical analysis is not Kapuscinski's forte.Batting was not his forte, and the Vandervilles were watching.He was an effective leader, but discretion was not his forte.
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