English version

run rings around somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrun rings around somebodyrun rings around somebodyinformalBETTER to be able to do something much better than someone else can I’m sure you can run rings around him. ring
Examples from the Corpus
run rings around somebodyFor sheer cleverness she could run rings around them all.Each time the Congress met, which was roughly every six months, Boris Yeltsin ran rings around it.
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