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open sesame

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopen sesameˌopen ˈsesame noun [singular] British English  SUCCEED IN DOING somethingan easy way to achieve something that is usually very difficultopen sesame to A university degree isn’t always an open sesame to a good job.
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open sesameOne aspect after another yields to the open sesame of the envy theory.open sesame toHe discovered that having wealth wasn't an open sesame to gaining respect.
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