Значение идиомы up and at them

[up and at them] 1. {adv. phr.} Actively engaged in a task as ifdoing combat.

“You want to know whether he will make a diligentworker?” Dick asked. “Well, I can tell you that most of the time he isup and at them like no one else I know.”

2. {v. phr.} To becomeaggressively engaged in doing something; .

Come on, up and at them, you guys. We still have a lot of work to getdone.

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Значение идиомы up and at them