Definition of right up one's alley in English:

(right) up one's alley

informal Well suited to one’s tastes, interests, or abilities: this job would be right up your alley
More example sentences
  • This kind of issue is right up her alley, so you should really check it out and see insights she has for you.
  • But, by the time Angelina was 11, she had realized that acting was right up her alley, too.
  • As a broadcasting and graphics design double major the underwriting position is right up his alley.
See parent entry: alley

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