wade in

wade in or wade into  {v.},  {informal}
1. To go busily to work.
The house was a mess after the party, but Mother waded in and soon had it clean again.
2. To attack.
When Bill had heard Jim's argument, he waded in and took it apart.
Jack waded into the boys with his fists flying.
Categories: informal verb

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