To be able to see the mountain once the door is opened.
to come straight to the point
Please don't beat about bush anymore. Coming straight to the point is good for both of us.
to lay it on the line
- put in bluntly;The door opens in a view of mountains;no beating about the bush
- Let's cut to the chase.
- As all of us are veteran comrades, I'll come straight to the point.
- That was why I asked a few non-Muslims point blank if they had a problem with me wearing it.
- Nancy took a swig of her beer, which tasted good, then decided to come to the point
- The incisive, cultured but unaffected voice matched Peat-Smith's ingenuous appearance