show (someone or something) to good advantage

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show (someone or something) to good advantage

To exhibit, display, or suit someone or something in a positive, beneficial, or advantageous way. You look beautiful. That color really shows you to good advantage. This job will really show all your training to good advantage—you'll need every single thing you learned when you're out here in the field!
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show something to good advantage

to display the best features of something; to display something so that its best features are apparent. Put the vase in the center of the table and show it to good advantage. Having and using a large vocabulary shows your intelligence to good advantage.
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Howell is hard to win with but has finished in the top 17 on seven of his last 17 starts (second in Booz Allen best) and is on a track that should show him to good advantage.
The Spaniard played pretty nicely in Colorado and you would think this open course should show him to good advantage bearing in mind his problems with the big stick.