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have a finger in the pie

to be involved in something, often when your involvement is not wanted
Translations of “have a finger in the pie”
in Chinese (Traditional) 參與某事, (常指)多管閒事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 参与其事, (常指)多管闲事…
(Definition of have a finger in the pie from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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