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wade in

phrasal verb with wade uk   us   /weɪd/ verb
to start to do or say something in a forceful way, often without thinking about it carefully: Even when she knows nothing about it, she wades in with her opinion. When the crowd started throwing bottles, the police waded in with tear gas.
Translations of “wade in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 插手,介入, 插嘴…
in Chinese (Simplified) 插手,介入, 插嘴…
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