English version

have something of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something of somethinghave something of somethingLIKE/SIMILARto have a few of the same features or qualities that someone else has It was clear that Jenkins had something of his father’s brilliance. something
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have something of somethingWilliam Right-well, then we have something of an impasse.At last I have something of Father's.Clearly a stranger had emptied it, hence obviously they thought she might have something of interest in it.The gardens have something of interest to offer throughout the year.They must each have something of reality about them.It seems you already have something of the greater power.We have something of value to offer you, but you in return have something to offer us.You really do have something of Zbigniew in you.
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