be on the case Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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be on the case

informal to be doing what ​needs to be done in a ​particularsituation: "We need to ​book a ​flight before it's too late." "Don't ​worry, I'm on the case."
(Definition of be on the case from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be on the case”
in Chinese (Simplified) 正在做需要做的事情,正在处理…
in Turkish yapılması gerekeni yapıyor olmak…
in Russian заниматься делом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 正在做需要做的事情,正在處理…
in Polish pracować nad tym…
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