Definition of horses for courses in English:

horses for courses

British proverb Different people are suited to different things.
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  • However, it is horses for courses and we can't say for sure that every boy will play all their matches for the club team.
  • I think it's very much horses for courses - it's about getting a good balance between public and private sector.
  • Always a believer in horses for courses - since the advent of the squad system at least - the Scotland coach is likely to chop and twiddle and tinker over the five championship games.
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