English version

have a trick of doing something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a trick of doing somethinghave a trick of doing somethingUSUALLY British English to have a habit of using a particular expression or of moving your face or body in a particular way She had this trick of raising her eyebrows at the end of a question. trick
Examples from the Corpus
have a trick of doing somethingBut the agents have tricks of their own.
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