English version

crawl/come out of the woodwork

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrawl/come out of the woodworkcrawl/come out of the woodworkAPPEARif someone crawls out of the woodwork, they suddenly and unexpectedly appear in order to take advantage of a situation, express their opinion etc – used to show disapproval woodwork
Examples from the Corpus
crawl/come out of the woodworkThere are wallabies crawling out of the woodwork.Creativity was coming out of the woodwork.
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