a foot in the door

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a foot in the door

The chance to do something that could lead to further opportunities. The phrase is often used to refer to employment. An internship might not sound very interesting, but it's a great way to get a foot in the door at this company. I knew that I could prove myself to be a valuable asset to the company, if only I could get a foot in the door. Good luck getting a foot in the door in Hollywood!
See also: door, foot
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foot in the door

Slang
1. An initial point of or opportunity for entry.
2. A first step in working toward a goal.
See also: door, foot
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