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Get into the swing of things

Become active, make progress. For example, She only started work last week, but she quickly got into the swing of things. [ Late 1800s ]


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    see: in touch

  • Get involved

    Become associated, especially in an emotional or sexual way. For example, He joined the company last year but never really got involved in the work, or It’s been two years since Tom got involved with Jean.

  • Get in with

    Become involved or associated with, as in She got in with the right crowd, or These loans got me in deeper and deeper with the bank. [ Late 1600s ]

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