English version

somebody’s game

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody’s gamesomebody’s gameDGDShow well someone plays a particular game or sportimprove/raise your game Liam’s taking lessons to improve his game. the strongest aspect of his game game
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improve/raise your gameI really hope they can raise their game and get us back into the Premier Division.And whenever Honda or Ford threatened to close the gap, the Williams-Renault raised its game.I am a high-handicapper, but as keen as anyone else to improve my game.And the public don't like it because they want high-tech equipment to improve their games.Middlesbrough failed to raise their game.Their aim is to raise their game, but also to raise their profile amongst the sporting public.They are mentally prepared to raise their games to Super Bowl heights.
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