get one's teeth into

get one's teeth into or sink one's teeth into  {v. phr.},  {informal}
To have something real or solid to think about; go to work on seriously; struggle with.
After dinner, John got his teeth into the algebra lesson.
Frank chose a subject for his report that he could sink his teeth into.
Categories: informal verb

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