English version

have a way with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a way with somebody/somethinghave a way with somebody/somethingCANto be especially good at dealing with people or things of a particular type David seems to have a way with children. She’s always had a way with words (=been good at using words effectively). way
Examples from the Corpus
had a way with wordsHe had a way with words, my master.
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