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Russian translation of “throw sb in at the deep end”

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throw sb in at the deep end

to make someone start a new and difficult job or activity without helping them or preparing them for it
бросить как щенка в воду, заставив заниматься новым делом
Not expected or planned
(Definition of throw sb in at the deep end from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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