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- give the devil his due; in all fairness
|Brown is very unreliable;but to give the devil his due, he is a first - class mechanic.|
|Frankly, Sun-fu, I think all this fighting in Hunan is giving the Communists a rare opportunity.|
|I don't like Mr Jones, but to give the devil his due, I must admit that he is a good boss.|
|In fairness, Nim reasoned, he could only blame himself.|
|On the other hand, those who qualify for the coveted Nobel Prize in Literature are not necessarily "talents." Similarly, truly talented writers may not care much about the prize. They may not even have thought of it at all!|
|She is a slow worker, but to give her due, she does try very hard.|
|7. ||她工作很慢, 但平心而论, 她确实非常努力.|
|She's a slow worker but, to give her her due, she does try very hard.|
|8. ||平心而论, 他太倔强了。|
|To be honest, he is too aggressive.|
|To give him his due he's a clever, learned fellow in his way.|