not have much going for


not have much going for
(not) have much going for (you) have a lot going for (you) - to have many good qualities or advantages that will make it easier for you to succeed.

Poor thing, she hasn't got much going for her really. She's neither clever nor attractive.


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  • not have much going for you — (not) have much going for (you) have a lot going for (you) to have many good qualities or advantages that will make it easier for you to succeed. Poor thing, she hasn t got much going for her really. She s neither clever nor attractive …   New idioms dictionary

  • have much going for you — (not) have much going for (you) have a lot going for (you) to have many good qualities or advantages that will make it easier for you to succeed. Poor thing, she hasn t got much going for her really. She s neither clever nor attractive …   New idioms dictionary

  • have much going for — (not) have much going for (you) have a lot going for (you) to have many good qualities or advantages that will make it easier for you to succeed. Poor thing, she hasn t got much going for her really. She s neither clever nor attractive …   New idioms dictionary

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