open doors for


: to give special opportunities to (someone)
Being the daughter of the famous actor opened doors for her in Hollywood.

Examples of open doors for in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Through it all, she’s been eager to open doors for those who’ll come after her, using her distribution company, Array, to support the work of women and people of color. Radhika Seth, Vogue, 2 Nov. 2021 But if Facebook agreed to comply with HIPAA, that would open doors for transparent research as well as make the company more responsible and liable for its users’ health. Param Kulkarni, STAT, 16 Oct. 2021 The artist manager thinks this will open doors for diversity. Alexandra Sternlicht, Forbes, 15 Oct. 2021 Since then, the 65-year-old has been using her position to open doors for other women, creating more history in the process. Christopher Muther,, 8 Dec. 2022 The milestone could open doors for investment and new excitement around 3D tissue printing, potentially paving the way for new therapies in regenerative medicine. Evan Bush, NBC News, 2 June 2022 To navigate an inclusive path forward, the state is working with tribal and other partners to open doors for new users. Washington Post, 7 Apr. 2022 Will this look open doors for him though in terms of future collabs or TV spots? Billboard Staff, Billboard, 29 Mar. 2022 One thing not in dispute: the church helped open doors for Blacks and civil rights in San Antonio. René A. Guzman, San Antonio Express-News, 17 Nov. 2021

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“Open doors for.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 May. 2024.

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