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a fishbowl

A place, situation, or environment in which one has little or no privacy. A reference to the (typically) spherical bowls in which pet fish are often kept, which can be seen into from all sides. One of the prices of success for a pop star is having to live in a fishbowl under the scrutiny of the public eye. I feel like I'm in a fishbowl working at this new company, with all their security cameras posted everywhere.
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Or, as Lehner puts it, "If you pour a glass of milk into a fishbowl, the fish wouldn't like it very much.
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He is in a fishbowl in the UK with all the expectations and pressure.
He is in a fishbowl in the UK with all the expectations and pressure, it is not easy to deal with but he is a great player and he is on the verge of really being a dominant player.
But as soon as you get out of the whole process, you're still in a fishbowl - it's just a bigger bowl.