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Idioms with Door

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DOOR
  1. get your/a foot in the door

    Annotations:

    • to enter a business at a low level with the opportunity for advancement or being more successful in the future. A first step in something.
    1. behind closed doors

      Annotations:

      • If something happens behind closed doors it happens in secret, away from observers.
      1. live next door

        Annotations:

        • To live next door to someone means to live in the house or apartment next to someone 
        1. show someone to the door

          Annotations:

          • to take someone to the door as they are leaving. For example, after the meeting the director showed the visitors to the door.
          1. show someone the door

            Annotations:

            • to make it clear to someone that they must leave a building/meeting/employment... John insulted the owner of the shop and he was shown the door.
            1. open the door to something

              Annotations:

              • to make something possible. A university degree will open the door to future employment.
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