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get the bit between your teeth

(US also take the bit between your teeth)
to do what you have decided to do in a forceful and energetic way: She wasn't that interested at first, but she loved it once she got the bit between her teeth.
(Definition of get the bit between your teeth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “get the bit between your teeth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 果断做, 义无反顾…
in Chinese (Traditional) 果斷做, 義無反顧…
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