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get/muscle in on the act

informal
to take advantage of something that someone else started: We did all the hard work of setting up the company, and now everyone wants to get in on the act.
(Definition of get/muscle in on the act from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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…
in Chinese (Traditional) 前來分一杯羹, (為獲利)參與,插一手…
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