get a/your foot in the door Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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get a/your foot in the door

to enter a business or organization at a low level, but with a chance of being more successful in the future: Making contacts can help you get a foot in the door when it comes to getting a job.
Translations of “get a/your foot in the door”
in Chinese (Traditional) 初步進入(企業或組織), 邁出成功的第一步…
in Chinese (Simplified) 初步进入(企业或组织), 迈出成功的第一步…
(Definition of get a/your foot in the door from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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