Definition of 'at their own game'
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You have to beat them at their own game, then you get their respect. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now it's time to beat them at their own game. The Sun (2014)If you try to beat them at their own game, you cannot win. Times, Sunday Times (2015)England did not exactly beat Spain at their own game. The Sun (2011)But you can beat them at their own game by getting organised and shopping now, well ahead of party season. The Sun (2014)I could beat them at their own game: religion. Times, Sunday Times (2015)England have the confidence and the game plan to take on France and beat them at their own game and they will be lifted by the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Rather than trying to kill tax havens, wouldn't the world be better if our politicians instead sought to beat them at their own game? Times, Sunday Times (2009)If the big beasts of British retailing have seen off the discounters, it is because they had the agility to beat them at their own game. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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