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have the inside track

to have a special position within an organization, or a special relationship with a person that gives you advantages that other people do not have
Translations of “have the inside track”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有優先權, 處於有利地位…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有优先权, 处于有利地位…
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