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be in the loop/be out of the loop

informal
to have or not have the special knowledge or power that belongs to a particular group of people: You can tell she's in the loop. She always knows about policy decisions before the rest of us. I've been out of the loop since I changed jobs. I didn't realize Wendy and Bob had got engaged.
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Translations of “be in the loop/be out of the loop”
in Chinese (Simplified) (不)是消息灵通人士, (不)是圈内人…
in Chinese (Traditional) (不)是消息靈通人士, (不)是圈內人…
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