- get stuck in (or into) Brit.
- get stuck in (or into) Brit.informalstart doing something with determination.
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get stuck in — ● stick * * * get stuck in british spoken phrase to start doing something, especially eating a meal or doing some work, with energy and enthusiasm Well, there’s lots of work to be done, so let’s get stuck in. Thesaurus: to start doing… … Useful english dictionary
get stuck into — ► get stuck in (or into) Brit. informal start doing something with determination. Main Entry: ↑stick … English terms dictionary
get stuck in — ► get stuck in (or into) Brit. informal start doing something with determination. Main Entry: ↑stick … English terms dictionary
get stuck in/into — Brit informal : to start doing something with a lot of energy Grab a plate and get stuck in. • • • Main Entry: ↑stuck … Useful english dictionary
tuck in/into — (informal) EAT HEARTILY, devour, consume, gobble up, wolf down; informal get stuck into, dispose of, polish off, get outside of, put away, scoff (down); Brit. informal shift; N. Amer. informal scarf ( … Useful english dictionary
stick — stick1 noun 1》 a thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut off a tree. ↘a stick used for support in walking or as a weapon. ↘(the sticks) informal goalposts or cricket stumps. ↘Nautical, archaic a mast or spar. 2》 (in hockey,… … English new terms dictionary
stick — Ⅰ. stick  ► NOUN 1) a thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut off a tree. 2) a piece of trimmed wood used for support in walking or as a weapon. 3) (in hockey, polo, etc.) a long, thin implement used to hit or direct the ball or puck.… … English terms dictionary
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