have your moments

have (one's)/its moments

To sporadically experience success. A: "Hey, that's a great idea." B: "See, I have my moments."
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have its/(one's) moments

To have particular instances in which one is better or can be seen to have more value, especially when that is not always the case. The move has its moments, but overall it was pretty boring. You and I had our moments when we were together, but we always ended up fighting. We just weren't meant to be. A: "I really can't stand John." B: "Oh, come on, he has his moments."
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have your moments

1. If you say that someone or something has their moments, you mean that there are times when they are successful or interesting, but that this does not happen very often. The film has its moments. Jose probably isn't as talented as Mitch, but he has his moments.
2. If you say that someone or something has their moments, you mean that they sometimes do bad things or cause problems. Dick has his moments and he can flare up, but it's usually when he feels his authority is being challenged.
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have your (or its) moments

have short periods that are better or more impressive than others.
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have your/its ˈmoments

have short times that are better, more interesting, etc. than others: My job’s rather boring most of the time but it does have its moments.‘What did you think of the play?’ ‘Well, it had its moments, but on the whole it wasn’t very good.’
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