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in good company

Having accomplished or experienced the same thing as important or respected people. As a Harvard graduate, you'll be in good company for the rest of your life. All of your sisters failed the driving test on the first try, too, and they're great drivers now, so you're in good company.
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in good ˈcompany

if you say that somebody is in good company, you mean that they should not worry about a mistake, etc. because somebody else, especially somebody more important, has done the same thing: If you worry about your relationship with your teenage son or daughter, you’re in good company. Many parents share the same worries.
See also: company, good