come into your own

come into your own
come into (your)/its own to be very useful or successful in a particular situation.

Cars are banned from the city centre so a bicycle really comes into its own here.

Ferragamo came into his own in last Sunday's match, scoring three goals in the first half.


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  • come into your own — to begin to have the kind of success that you are capable of having : to become very skillful, successful, etc. She has really started to come into her own recently. The company was struggling for many months, but now it really seems to be comin …   Useful english dictionary

  • come into your own — come into (your/its) own to achieve success and respect. By the time he was 25, Fox had come into his own as an international soloist …   New idioms dictionary

  • come into your own — be your natural best, find your voice, realize your potential    After five years in medicine, he came into his own. He became an excellent doctor …   English idioms

  • come into its own — come into its (or one s) own become fully effective, used, or recognized Mexico will come into its own as a vacation spot * * * come into your/its ˈown idiom to have the opportunity to show how good or useful you are or sth is • When the traffic… …   Useful english dictionary

  • come into its own — come into (your)/its own to be very useful or successful in a particular situation. Cars are banned from the city centre so a bicycle really comes into its own here. Ferragamo came into his own in last Sunday s match, scoring three goals in the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • come into its own — come into (your/its) own to achieve success and respect. By the time he was 25, Fox had come into his own as an international soloist …   New idioms dictionary

  • come into — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms come into : present tense I/you/we/they come into he/she/it comes into present participle coming into past tense came into past participle come into 1) come into something to be an aspect of a situation The… …   English dictionary

  • come into one's own —    When you come into your own, you finally obtain rightful recognition of your ability or talent and begin to have success.     He s a talented violinist who has at last come into his own …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • come into own — come into (your)/its own to be very useful or successful in a particular situation. Cars are banned from the city centre so a bicycle really comes into its own here. Ferragamo came into his own in last Sunday s match, scoring three goals in the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • come into own — come into (your/its) own to achieve success and respect. By the time he was 25, Fox had come into his own as an international soloist …   New idioms dictionary

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