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Meaning of “get stuck in” in the English Dictionary

"get stuck in" in British English

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get stuck in

(also get stuck into sth) UK informal to ​start doing something ​enthusiastically: We ​showed them where the ​crates had to be ​moved to, and they got stuck in ​straightaway. You really got stuck into ​yourfood (= ​ateyourfoodquickly) - you must have been ​hungry. Mum ​brought in the ​sandwiches and told us to get stuck in.
(Definition of get stuck in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “get stuck in”
in Chinese (Simplified) 干劲十足地开始干,充满热情地着手做…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幹勁十足地開始做,充滿熱情地著手做…
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