right up your street
Meaning: If something is right up your street, it would be perfect for you or ideal for your skills and interests.
- I've found a job that should be right up Humphrey's street. It's writing for a cricket magazine, so he could use his writing skills and his knowledge of cricket.
- I thought a tour of German castles would be right up your street, Sarah.
Variety: This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
My friend Georgina loves being with young children so a job that should be right up her street would be
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Contributor: Matt Errey