Idiom: to have or get a piece of the action

Definition: to have or get at least partial ownership of a project or business; to get benefits from a project


My cousin’s business is growing really fast. He is looking for partners, and asked me if I’d like to join him. Of course, I said yes, because I want a piece of the action.

Cem is angry, because we didn’t invite him to join the project. He likes this business, and he wanted a piece of the action.


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