have (someone's or something's) good points(redirected from have someone's good points)
have (someone's or something's) good points
To have favorable or admirable qualities. The phrase is used especially when negative qualities are being discussed. That house has its good points, but I just don't love the neighborhood.
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have your ˈgood, ˈplus, etc. pointshave some good qualities or aspects: Europe has its good points, but I prefer the American way of life. ♢ She often seems rather unfriendly, but I suppose she’s got her plus points.
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