get (or have) the best of sth

get (or have) the best of sth
غَلَبَ \ beat (beat, beaten): to do better than; conquer (in a game or fight): they beat us at football. conquer: to beat (an enemy) or seize (a country) by force of arms; win a victory over (an opponent at sport, some fault or weakness, etc.): He conquered his fear of water and learnt to swim. defeat: to beat in a game or battle. get (or have) the best of sth: to be most successful in (a struggle, etc.): When we quarrel, she always gets the best of it.. overcome: to deal successfully with (a fault or difficulty); to conquer. subdue: conquer; bring under control; make quieter or gentler: Napoleon subdued several European states. \ See Also اسْتَوْلَى على، تَغَلَّبَ على، أَخْضَع

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