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get your first opportunity to work for an organization or business, which could later bring you success.
get your/a foot in the door - kap egy lehetőseget
accept and deal with sg difficult without letting it worry you.
take sg/things in your stride - különösebb megerőltetés nélkül
hope that sb will help you or that sg will happen because all your plans depend on this.
pin (all) your hopes on sb/sg - minden reményét beleveti valakibe
do sg without help from anyone
go it alone - önállóan tesz valamit
rely on only one thing for success, having no other possibilities if sg goes wrong.
- put all your legs in one basket - mindent egy lapra tesz fel
- keep your options open - nyitva hagyja a lehetőségeket
stay friends with sb because you think you will benefit from it.
keep in with sb - jó viszonyban marad valakivel
make sure you find out about recent developments in a particular situation
keep your ear to the ground - figyel, fülel
by talking in an informal way to other people
- on the grapevine - közszájon forog
- szájról szájra terjed
become well known and respected by many people
make a name for yourself - hírnévre tesz szert
have a sensible and realistic attitude
keep your feet on the ground - maradj reális
(used with time, age, distancce, etc.) almost; very nearly (He's ... 60).
close on - közel áll vmihez -időben, térben, korban
A person who part is... is so familiar to you that you no longer notice them.
part of the furniture - régi bútordarab
used to say that sb won't get or keep a job because they are not the kind of person that the employer wants.
sb's face doesn't fit - nem illik az összképbe
look after sb who has less experience than you
take sb under your wing - szárnyai alá vesz
the clever ways of doing things in a particular job.
Know the tricks of the trade - ismeri a szakma fortélyait
give sg to sb else (in this case, knowledge of the job), especially after receiving it yourself.
pass sg on (to sb) - továbbad, továbbít
a boring job with no hope of promotion
dead-end job - kilátástalan munka - zsákutca
be difficult to do, or involve a lot of effort or time
take some doing -?
tell people what to do in a bossy way.
throw your weight around/about - hatalmát feltűnően fitogtatja
be dismissed from a job
- got the push/boot/elbow - kirúgják
- They gave me the push/boot/elbow
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