get into the act

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get into the act

To join something that is already in progress. Even the well-behaved students started to get into the act and cheer along with the others.
See also: act, get

get into the act

Also, get in the act. Become involved in some activity or venture, as in Everybody wants to get into the act on this offer, or I'm sure his agent plans to get in the act and start negotiations. This expression alludes to inserting oneself into a performance. [Mid-1900s]
See also: act, get

get into the act

To insert oneself into an ongoing activity, project, or situation.
See also: act, get