Definition of strong suit in English:

strong suit

Syllabification: strong suit

noun

1(In bridge) a holding of a number of high cards of one suit in a hand.
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  • The most important signals are discards to indicate to partner which is your own strong suit, and leads to indicate the strength of your trumps.
  • If partner indicated only one strong suit you must begin with your highest card of that suit.
1.1A desirable quality that is particularly prominent in someone’s character or an activity at which they excel: compassion is not Jack’s strong suit
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  • This also tells your partner what your strong suit is so he can play to it.
  • His decision-making was never considered a strong suit, but arm strength always got him by.
  • For Beam at least, lyrical specificity isn't just a strong suit, it's sometimes a saving grace.

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