English version

slice/share/piece of the pie

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslice/share/piece of the pieslice/share/piece of the pieSHAREa share of something such as money, profits etc The smaller companies want a bigger share of the pie. pie
Examples from the Corpus
slice/share/piece of the pieVirtually every academic institution, it seemed, wanted a piece of the pie.Smaller capitalist countries are maneuvering to gain a bigger share of the pie.That meant nearly one in five students was moderately to severely work-inhibited-a considerable slice of the pie.
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