have had your day

have had your day
have had your/its/day phrase
to have stopped being successful, effective, or fashionable, especially because of being no longer young

His kind of comedy has had its day.

Thesaurus: to fail, or to stop being successfulsynonym
Main entry: day

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have had your ˈday idiom
to no longer be successful, powerful, etc

She's had her day as a supermodel.

Main entry:dayidiom

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