English version

jump/be thrown in at the deep end

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjump/be thrown in at the deep endjump/be thrown in at the deep endPREPARE#to choose to do or be made to do a very difficult job without having prepared for it She decided to jump in at the deep end, buy a farm, and teach herself. deep
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