One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be familiar with (an area, procedure, or subject).
- ‘Cottrell has been a coach since 1981, so he knows his way around the league.’
- ‘The plant was filled with workers who barely knew their way around, let alone grasped the dangers they faced.’
- ‘Although he is a relative newcomer to the lobbying game, Livingston obviously knows his way around the halls of Congress and how to pitch for a client.’
- ‘Presumably Davies knows his way around the Hollywood A-list well enough.’
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