Meaning of have a way with one in English:

have a way with one


  • Have a charming and persuasive manner.

    ‘he had a way with him—I had to admit that’
    • ‘You do have a way with you, don't you?’
    • ‘‘I know it's asking a lot,’ asked Bill, ‘but Charlie has a way with him.’’
    • ‘He was a deeply religious and holy man who was loved by the elderly people most of all, as he had a way with him that won over their deep sense of faith and warmth.’