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passport to (something)
something that allows something good to happen
A university education is usually a passport to a better job.
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  • past (someone or something's) prime
  • past master at (something)
  • pat on the back
  • patch up (something) or patch (something) up
  • path of least resistance
  • pave the way for (someone or something)
  • pay (someone or something) a visit
  • pay (someone) a back-handed compliment
  • pay (someone) a compliment
  • pay (someone) off or pay off (someone)
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  • out of the red
  • none too (something)
  • explain (something) away or explain away (something)
  • dog-eat-dog
  • hell and high water
  • mistake (someone or something) for (someone or something) else
  • pull out all the stops
  • up to the mark
  • on the contrary
  • play possum

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