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revolving door in Building topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_284_arevolving doorreˌvolving ˈdoor noun  1 TB[countable] a type of door in the entrance of a large building, which goes around and around as people go through it2 [singular] used to say that the people involved in a situation, organization etc change often The park director position has been a revolving door for seven appointees.3 ldoce_284.png [singular] used to say that people return to a situation, position etc often, but usually for a different reason This could mean that we end up with a revolving door Congress, in which former members return as lobbyists.
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revolving doorTerm limits could mean that we end up with a revolving door Congress, in which former members return as lobbyists.Under Treadwell, the Drifters were hired hands to be ushered in and out of his revolving door.She joins a government-media revolving door.She walked through the revolving door into the lobby.The revolving door between government and think-tanks is well-established.The revolving door has begun to rotate.