get stuck in

get stuck in

To begin doing something at once and with energy and/or enthusiasm. Primarily heard in UK. My mum bought me this book for my birthday, and I got stuck in straight away. The boss sent me the details for the new project and told me to get stuck in.
See also: get, stuck
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attentions of length winner Get Stuck In, who carried him across the course in the final furlong.
Nicholls added: "I'm sure we'd have won if Pepperdine had been able to go straight, and he wasn't allowed to because of the antics of Get Stuck In.