English version

there’s something in/to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere’s something in/to somethingthere’s something in/to somethingTRUEused to admit that someone’s words are true or their ideas are successful etc They had to concede that there was something in his teaching methods. Do you think there’s something to the rumours about Larry and Sue? something
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there’s something in/to somethingWell at least there's something in it for the viewer.Just as everyone's forgetting about Myra Hindley, there's something in the newspaper again about her.Hello, I thought, maybe there's something in this for you after all.
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