Mang nghĩa"cũng gặp trường hợp tương tự, không phải chỉ một mình người nào đó gặp hoàn cảnh đó"
=to have the same problem as many other people/used to tell someone who has made a mistake that they should not be embarrassed because some important or respected people have made the same mistake
- "if you spot the ghost, you are in good company: King George V saw it too"
- "I can't play tennis - I'm hopeless at it!" "Oh well, you're in good company."
- If you can't program your VCR, you're in good company.
- Clinton is in good company, but I think he wants to be remembered for more than that.
- He is in good company when it comes to losing Tests that do not mat ter all that much.
- The new managers were in good company.
- But even if she never escapes from its shadow, history shows her to be in good company.
- But for the United States, to be alone is to be in good company.
- We were in good company, though.
- If you are, you are in good company with some one like Alfred North Whitehead.
- If these are your worries you are in good company.
- If you can’t program the video recorder, you’re in good company.