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Be involved in a matter, especially in an annoyingly interfering way.
- ‘After all, why should my boss (and for people working in government agencies the ‘boss’ is often the state) have a finger in the pie?’
- ‘‘I have no doubt that someone in the institution has a finger in the pie,’ he said.’
- ‘No doubt the Ministry of Health has had a finger in the pie.’
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