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wade in [or] wade into

 
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wade
part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to begin energetically.
Faced with a complicated task, she wades right in and gets down to work.
definition 2: to suddenly get involved or inject one's opinion into an ongoing discussion, debate, or conflict.
When he saw the fight going on, he waded in without hesitation.Can't we have a discussion without you wading in with your opinions?
definition 3: to attack with vigor.
After seeing the careless work his employees did, he waded into them.