Phrase of the Day (jump in with both feet (first))-02NOV20

Phrase of the Day (jump in with both feet (first))-02NOV20

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is jump in with both feet (first) and its meaning is “to get involved in an activity/situation too quickly/vigorously without hesitation or without thinking about it”.

Example Sentence: The destructive impact of Covid-19 has frayed tempers further, putting governments and citizens everywhere under pressure. Into this giant mantrap Macron has jumped feet-first, increasing, not reducing, misunderstanding at a time of extreme stress.

This phrase is present in The Guardian article Muslims’ rage at Macron threatens to escalate tensions across Europe and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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