go into a huddle

go into a huddle  {v. phr.}
1. To gather close together as a team in a football game, usually to find out your team's next play.
The football team which has the ball goes into a huddle before every play to get orders on what play they will use.
2.  {informal}
To talk together privately about something; discuss something where others cannot hear.
The man went into a huddle with his lawyers before answering the question.
The doctors went into a huddle and decided to operate.
Categories: informal verb

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