get stuck in


get stuck in
get stuck in
stick

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get stuck in british spoken phrase
to start doing something, especially eating a meal or doing some work, with energy and enthusiasm

Well, there’s lots of work to be done, so let’s get stuck in.

Thesaurus: to start doing somethingsynonym
Main entry: stuck

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get stuck in (or into)
Brit., informal start doing (something) enthusiastically or with determination

we got stuck into the decorating

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ˌget stuck ˈin | ˌget stuck ˈinto sth idiom
(BrE, informal) to start doing sth in an enthusiastic way, especially to start eating

Don't wait for me— get stuck in.

There's a lot to do so get your jackets off and get stuck in!

I want to get stuck into the job as soon as possible.

Main entry:stuckidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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