give (one) the inside track

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give (one) the inside track

To give one an advantage (over someone or something). My mom works there, and she gave me the inside track, so let me tell you what you need to do to make your resume stand out with the recruiters.
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We asked their man in the know, Bristol Live Robins reporter Gregor McGregor, to give us the inside track.
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THE problem for sports fans is that we get a very sanitised view of our heroes, and rely on the people close to the action to come up with books like Ring of Fire to give us the inside track.
Behind the visor RING OF FIRE by Rick Broadbent (Bantam Press, pounds 12.99) THE problem for sports fans is that we get a very sanitised view of our heroes, and rely on the people close to the action to come up with books like Ring of Fire to give us the inside track.
Beefy is writing on cricket, former England fly-half Stuart Barnes has been selected to on rugby, racing supremo Julian Wilson and legendary tipster Mark Winstanley will give us the inside track on the gee-gees, while former soccer pro Terry Norman will deliver the hot shots on football.
Interestingly, burglars themselves can give us the inside track on what makes a particular home an inviting prospect.