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be in/out of the frame (for something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in/out of the frame (for something)be in/out of the frame (for something)to have or not have the chance to take part in something syn be in/out of the running (for something) Liverpool are in the frame for a place in the Cup Final. frame
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