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beat a path to somebody’s door

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeat a path to somebody’s doorbeat a path to somebody’s door (also beat down somebody’s door)GO if people beat a path to your door, they are interested in something you are selling, a service you are providing etc The new design was supposed to have consumers beating a path to their door. beat
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beat a path to somebody’s doorPeople are going to beat a path from all over to play these golf courses.
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