out of the chute


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out of the chute

At the outset; from the very beginning; from the get-go. The company's accounts hadn't been kept in proper order for years, so the new owner was saddled with tremendous debt right out of the chute.
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out of the chute

At the very beginning; right away: Sales were strong right out of the chute.
See also: chute, of, out
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