walk into sth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"walk into sth" in British English

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walk into sth

phrasal verb with walk uk   /wɔːk/  us   /wɑːk/ verb
to get a ​job very ​easily: She ​walked straight into a well-paid ​job after ​graduating from ​university.
(Definition of walk into sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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walk into sth

phrasal verb with walk uk   us   /wɔːk/ verb [I or T]
WORKPLACE to get a ​job very easily: She walked ​straight into a well-paid city ​job after ​leaving university.
(Definition of walk into sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “walk into sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻松获得(工作)…
in Turkish kolayca iş sahibi olmak/işe girmek…
in Russian легко устраиваться на работу…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕鬆獲得(工作)…
in Polish od razu dostać coś…
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