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Put oneself back into the game hi there, I run into this expression "put yourself into the game". That sounds to me very informal but I'm struggling to figure its meaning out. Could it be a good alternative for " to get oneself back in the game"? have you ever heard that or is that completely weird? thanks all a lot!
Oct 3, 2018 9:47 PM
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Hey Diego! It's a colloquial expression. Generally "put yourself into the game" would mean to get involved or more involved in something such as a project, a sports match, a lesson etc.
October 3, 2018
I know that's very hard give the right suggestion with no hints about the context, but sadly I don't remember where I found it: when I came across that, I wrote it down one a piece of paper with the aim of checking out more later on ... obviously I forgot that drowned by other stuff until recently, when I've dug that out. Anyway AFAIK the context wasn't related to gaming for sure.
October 4, 2018
What's the context? Is it literal? i.e. related to gaming?
October 3, 2018
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