(a) way into something


(a) way into something
a way ˈinto sth idiom
(also a way ˈin to sth) something that allows you to join a group of people, an industry, etc. that it is difficult to join, or to understand sth that it is difficult to understand
Main entry:wayidiom

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  • talk your way into something — talk your way into/out of/something phrase to persuade someone to let you do or avoid something She eventually talked her way into a part in a film. Thesaurus: to encourage someone to do or to not do somethingsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • claw your way into something of something something — claw your way back, into sth, out of sth, to sth, etc. idiom to gradually achieve sth or move somewhere by using a lot of determination and effort • She clawed her way to the top of her profession. • Slowly, he clawed his way out from under the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • claw your way into something of to something — claw your way back, into sth, out of sth, to sth, etc. idiom to gradually achieve sth or move somewhere by using a lot of determination and effort • She clawed her way to the top of her profession. • Slowly, he clawed his way out from under the… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • lull (you) into something — lull (you) into (something/doing something) to make you feel calm or safe when it is not reasonable to feel this way. His confidence lulled me into thinking things were somehow going to work out. Usage notes: often used with the phrase a false… …   New idioms dictionary

  • insinuate yourself (into something) — phrase to get into a situation or position by behaving in a way that is not sincere Somehow he always manages to insinuate himself into our plans. Thesaurus: to do something dishonestsynonym Main entry: insinuate …   Useful english dictionary

  • launch yourself into something — ˈlaunch into sth | ˈlaunch yourself into sth derived to begin sth in an enthusiastic way, especially sth that will take a long time • He launched into a lengthy account of his career. Main entry: ↑launchderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • feed back into something — ˌfeed ˈback (into/to sth) derived to have an influence on the development of sth by reacting to it in some way • What the audience tells me feeds back into my work. Main entry: ↑feedderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • get stuck into something — ˌget stuck ˈin | ˌget stuck ˈinto sth idiom (BrE, informal) to start doing sth in an enthusiastic way, especially to start eating • Don t wait for me get stuck in. • There s a lot to do so get your jackets off an …   Useful english dictionary

  • worm into something — worm (your way) into/through/past/etc something phrase to move slowly and with difficulty in a crowded area She wormed her way through the crowd to the reception desk. Thesaurus: to move through an area or objectsynonym to move, or to move… …   Useful english dictionary