One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he really sailed into the driver of the other car’
attack, set upon, set about, fall on, assault, assail, tear into, weigh into, lay into, light into, pitch into, turn on, lash out at, hit out at, strike out at, fly at, let fly at, lash, round on, drub, thump, batter, hammer, pummel, beat, paste, thrash, belabour, lambaste, berate, abuse
informal let someone have it
British informal have a go at
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