English version

have a knack of doing something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a knack of doing somethinghave a knack of doing something informalBritish EnglishOFTEN to have a tendency to do something He has a knack of saying the wrong thing. knack
Examples from the Corpus
have a knack of doing somethingChildren have a knack of choosing the most inconvenient or embarrassing times for their Socratic dialogues.I have spent years using buses, and seem to have a knack of sitting next to some very odd people.
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