English version

come in from the cold

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome in from the coldcome in from the coldACCEPTto become accepted or recognized, especially by a powerful group of people cold
Examples from the Corpus
come in from the coldBut we have come in from the cold to bring back a sneak preview.But 20 years have at least seen her interests come in from the cold.Never come in from the cold and toast by a hot fire.Timothy Cranmer did not come in from the cold, exactly.Who exactly was coming in from the cold?Voice over Another faithful sign that winter is truly upon us, is when wildlife comes in from the cold.
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