Get in the groove

verb phrase

To get in tune with someone or something: getting in the groove of this schedule


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    verb phrase (also get jammed up)To encounter trouble; get into hot water: Call me if you get into a jam/ Stay away from those guys. You’re only going to get jammed up (1914+)

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