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get/muscle in on the act

informal
to take advantage of something that someone else started 前來分一杯羹;(為獲利)參與,插一手 We did all the hard work of setting up the company, and now everyone wants to get in on the act. 我們千辛萬苦創立了公司,現在誰都想來分一杯羹。 Using and misusingGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' willTaking part and getting involved
Translations of “get/muscle in on the act”
in Chinese (Simplified) 前来分一杯羹, (为获利)参与,插一手…
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