have another string to one's bow

have another string to one's bow
have another string to one's bow Brit. have a further resource available.
Main Entry: bow

English terms dictionary. 2015.

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  • have (or add) another string to one's bow — Brit. have a further resource available. → bow …   English new terms dictionary

  • have another string strings to your bow — have another string/more strings to your bow idiom (BrE) to have more than one skill or plan that you can use if you need to • The exhibition shows that he has other strings to his artistic bow. Main entry: ↑stringidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have another more strings to your bow — have another string/more strings to your bow idiom (BrE) to have more than one skill or plan that you can use if you need to • The exhibition shows that he has other strings to his artistic bow. Main entry: ↑stringidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a few strings to (your) bow — have [a lot of/a few/several etc.] strings to (your) bow British & Australian another string to (your) bow an extra skill or qualification which you can use if you cannot use your main one. She s a trained counsellor and she does pottery classes… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bow — Ⅰ. bow [1] ► NOUN 1) a knot tied with two loops and two loose ends. 2) a weapon for shooting arrows, made of curved wood joined at both ends by a taut string. 3) a rod with horsehair stretched along its length, used for playing some stringed… …   English terms dictionary

  • bow — bow1 [bəʊ] noun 1》 a knot tied with two loops and two loose ends. 2》 a weapon for shooting arrows, made of a curved piece of wood joined at both ends by a taut string. 3》 a partially curved rod with horsehair stretched along its length, used for… …   English new terms dictionary

  • string — /strɪŋ / (say string) noun 1. a line, cord, or thread, used for tying parcels, etc. 2. a narrow strip of cloth, leather, etc., for tying parts together: strings of a bonnet. 3. something resembling a string or thread. 4. a number of objects, as… …  

  • have [a lot of/a few/several etc.] strings to (your) bow — British & Australian another string to (your) bow an extra skill or qualification which you can use if you cannot use your main one. She s a trained counsellor and she does pottery classes in the evenings she has several strings to her bow …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a lot of strings to (your) bow — have [a lot of/a few/several etc.] strings to (your) bow British & Australian another string to (your) bow an extra skill or qualification which you can use if you cannot use your main one. She s a trained counsellor and she does pottery classes… …   New idioms dictionary

  • have several strings to (your) bow — have [a lot of/a few/several etc.] strings to (your) bow British & Australian another string to (your) bow an extra skill or qualification which you can use if you cannot use your main one. She s a trained counsellor and she does pottery classes… …   New idioms dictionary

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