English version

have a way of doing something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a way of doing somethinghave a way of doing somethingUSUALLYused to say that something often or usually happens Cheer up – these problems have a way of working out. way
Examples from the Corpus
have a way of doing somethingDon't worry too much. These problems usually have a way of working out.And we have ways of making sure that the escapade of that silly young man at Southend gets widely reported.But the Washington Wizards have a way of bringing out the best in their opponents.Evenings like this have a way of going on!So do Humpbacks have ways of expressing the same request for the repetition of a pleasurable sonic experience?The powerful have a way of establishing contracts that suit them.Things like this have a way of surprising you.Yet things have a way of evening ut, and I paid a heavy price for my hypocrisy.If history has taught us anything about imaginary customers, it is that they have a way of doing unexpected things.
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