Definition of jump in with both feet in English:

jump in with both feet

phrase

  • Get started enthusiastically.

    • ‘What I would do before jumping in with both feet is foster a friendly relationship with her.’
    • ‘I was a bit less enthusiastic, not being the type to jump in with both feet before testing the depth of the water.’
    • ‘In an Internet market where most content providers are still gingerly dipping their toes into murky broadband waters, a handful of risk takers have recently decided to jump in with both feet by targeting high-speed users only.’
    • ‘We really don't want our contractors to invest a lot of money and jump in with both feet until we are certain that CTL is the way to go.’
    • ‘A lot of other developers wouldn't touch it, but he jumped in with both feet and it turned to gold for him.’
    • ‘We're both jumping in with both feet but at the same time being somewhat cautious, because we've both been hurt many times in the past.’
    • ‘When I see the odds in my favor, I jump in with both feet.’
    • ‘Al Franken's never done radio and jumped in with both feet as a self-proclaimed amateur at the head of a network that was entirely brand new, as well run by other amateurs.’
    • ‘I was incredibly naive, and didn't know anything about babies so I just jumped in with both feet.’
    • ‘She's new to the community, but she certainly jumped in with both feet.’