English version

beat a path/track

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeat a path/trackbeat a path/trackto make a path by walking over an area of land beat
Examples from the Corpus
beat a path/trackMost of the sites the company has in mind to visit are far off any beaten path.Soon it is not going to be so easy to get off the beaten path.They are off the beaten track.To say that Crenshaw is off the beaten path is an understatement.Sights sight that's off the beaten track or when time is include Stratford-upon-Avon, Hadrian's Wall, limited.I called on the Birth Grandmother to help me beat a path through the honyaek to the windows.The students - and their professors - beat a path to his door.It has become such an attraction that local tour operators are beating a path to its door.
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