on the ladder


on the ladder
figuratively a property ladder, owning property.

When someone has bought their first house, they have said to have got on the ladder.


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  • (the) [first/highest/next etc.] rung on the ladder — the [first/highest/next etc.] rung on the ladder the first, highest, next etc. position, especially in society or in a job. In our society, a nurse is hardly on the same rung of the ladder as a judge. President of the Union at Oxford University… …   New idioms dictionary

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  • (the) highest rung on the ladder — the [first/highest/next etc.] rung on the ladder the first, highest, next etc. position, especially in society or in a job. In our society, a nurse is hardly on the same rung of the ladder as a judge. President of the Union at Oxford University… …   New idioms dictionary

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  • (the) ... rung on the ladder — the [first/highest/next etc.] rung on the ladder the first, highest, next etc. position, especially in society or in a job. In our society, a nurse is hardly on the same rung of the ladder as a judge. President of the Union at Oxford University… …   New idioms dictionary

  • (the) bottom of the ladder — the lowest rank. Because she was just out of college, her job was at the bottom of the ladder. Opposite of: the top of the ladder …   New idioms dictionary


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