go (to) it

go (to) it

To act with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Primarily heard in UK. We need to go to it and march for justice!
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go to it

To begin a task, endeavor, job, etc., promptly and vigorously. Go to it, then, and make sure you have the report finished before lunch! The team went to it at once, hoping to have preliminary results ready in a fortnight.
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go to it

 
1. Lit. to start something actively; to do something with vigor. Time to play ball. Go to it! Let's go to it, you guys!
2. Inf. to fight. Come on, let's go to it! I'm gonna beat the daylights out of you!
See also: go
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

go (to) it

act in a vigorous, energetic, or dissipated way. British informal
1995 Times While there is time, become an activist, disrupt political meetings. Go to it.
See also: go
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