be well in (with)

be well in (with)

To have a friendly relationship with a powerful or important person and, usually, benefit from it in some way. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Now that I'm well in with the CEO, I'm sure I can get you a job at our company.
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be ˌwell ˈin (with somebody)

(informal) be good friends with somebody, especially somebody important: She seems to be well in with all the right people.
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