Idioms

get one's foot in the door
to begin to do something that you hope will lead to future success (often used with jobs or careers)
I was able to get my foot in the door of the banking industry when I found a job at a bank.
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  • get one's hands on (someone or something)
  • get one's head above water
  • get one's just deserts
  • get one's money's worth
  • get one's nose out of (someone's) business
  • get one's say
  • get one's sea legs
  • get one's start
  • get one's walking papers
  • get one's wires crossed
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  • in one's right mind
  • push one's luck
  • tuck into (something)
  • teething problems
  • for sure
  • a sight for sore eyes
  • take (someone) by surprise
  • whole shooting match
  • royal treatment
  • know where (someone) stands on (something)

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