One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Into a state of heightened performance, activity, anger, or excitement.‘his goal sent the fans into orbit’
- ‘We just about went into orbit when they came up with a better figure than ours.’
- ‘The noise had sent the stadium into orbit and Dublin just needed another score or two to fix Tyrone with a stare and make them think that losing was a possibility.’
- ‘Any compliment she would give him in the past would send him into orbit.’
- ‘If you are an aficionado of Spanish wines, the list here will send you into orbit.’
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