Definition of one's strong point in English:

one's strong point


  • Something at which one excels.

    ‘arithmetic had never been my strong point’
    • ‘But having already proven that this is not my strong point, I was soon relieved of my hammering duties once again.’
    • ‘Then again, hypocrisy seems to be their strong point.’
    • ‘A sense of direction has never been my strong point.’
    • ‘But you're go-getting ways prevail, and you take charge of what's important because prioritizing is your strong point.’
    • ‘Modern dance is not their strong point, though, as their movements were a bit out-of-date.’
    • ‘However, reliability is nor your strong point.’
    • ‘Sociology and statistics don't seem to be your strong point, Mr Newton.’
    • ‘‘Our pitching and defence were our strong point,’ offered Bishop.’
    • ‘I didn't bowl too badly but that's never been my strong point.’
    • ‘Consistency however hasn't been their strong point and anything less than their best may not be enough this time round.’
    strength, strong suit, long suit, forte, aptitude, bent, speciality, specialty, métier, claim to fame, skill
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