in glass

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Etymology[edit]

Based upon the custom in modern offices of having senior management in glass-walled offices or cubicles, unlike lesser members of the company.

Prepositional phrase[edit]

in glass

  1. (slang) Belonging to a management level, as in a contemporary office hierarchy.

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