more.../more often than somebody has had hot dinners

(have done) more (something) than (one) has had hot dinners

Has more experience at something than the person one is referring to. Oh please, I've completed more of these reports than he's had hot dinners, so no, I'm not going to listen to any of his suggestions. You should really ask the boss for some advice—she's sat in more board meetings than we've had hot dinners. I don't see that up-and-coming gymnast as a threat at all. Come on, I've done more medal-winning routines than she's had hot dinners.
See also: dinner, hot, more
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more .../more often than somebody has had hot ˈdinners

(informal, often humorous) used for emphasizing how much/many or how often somebody has done something: He’s won more medals than you’ve had hot dinners.She’s been to France more often than you’ve had hot dinners.
See also: dinner, hot, more, often, somebody
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