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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.
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get stuck in

BRITISH, INFORMAL
1. If you get stuck in, you do something with enthusiasm and determination. We're bottom of the league and we have to get stuck in. I had to get stuck in and take some of the burden off my wife so she could get some time to herself.
2. If you get stuck in, you start eating something. `Shall we have our sandwiches now?' — `OK. Definitely. Let's get stuck in.'
See also: get, stuck

get stuck in (or into)

start doing something enthusiastically or with determination. British informal
See also: get, stuck

ˌget stuck ˈin

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ˌget stuck ˈinto something

(British English, informal) start doing something in an enthusiastic way: Here’s your food. Now get stuck in (= start eating).We got stuck into the job immediately.
See also: get, stuck