Back into harness - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
back in(to) (the) harness (redirected from back into harness)
back in(to) (the) harness
Resuming one's daily work. I'm not thrilled to get back into the harness on Monday. When do you get back in harness after your trip?
*back in(to) (the) harness
Fig. back doing one's job. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) I don't look forward to getting back into the harness next Monday. When my vacation is over, I have to get back into harness the very next day. I'm not looking forward to having to get back in harness after my trip abroad.
References in periodicals archive
It's easier to get back into harness
if you allow yourself to spend special time with the memory of your wife every day.
"It will give her the opportunity to get back into harness
and test herself in the build up to Beijing next year."
"I feel fine, really good, and all set to meet my Sussex 'team-mates and generally get back into harness
But as soon as "Die Another Day" is safely launched around the world, Purvis and Wade will go back into harness
with Barbara Broccoli and Michael G.