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To have two strings to one’s bow


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To have two strings to one’s bow means to have two sources of income.

Sample Usage

Mr. Rai was not too worried about his construction business being affected by the recession. After all,he had two strings to his bow – that business as well as a stationery shop which was bringing in good profits.


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