English version

have something under your belt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something under your belthave something under your beltDOto have achieved something useful or important a secretary with several years’ experience under her belt belt
Examples from the Corpus
have something under your beltIt's difficult to get matches under your belt when you're like that.Once you've had a few lessons under your belt, you're ready to buy your own ski equipment.
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