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  1. chiaki
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    Right idiom

    Dear all,

    Could you please help me to provide the correct idiom or similar phrase to show the meaning that if you have no job here, please don't come in ?

    Thanks / Chiaki

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    Re: Right idiom

    Do you mean "Employees only"? That means that only people who work there should be there.


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    Re: Right idiom

    Quote Originally Posted by chiaki View Post
    Dear all,

    Could you please help me to provide the correct idiom or similar phrase to show the meaning that if you have no job here, please don't come in ?

    Thanks / Chiaki
    Staff only?


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    Re: Right idiom

    Both suggestions above are commonly seen. One other, more specific:
    Authorized Personnel Only

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