Phrase(s): wade in(to something) 1. to walk into an area covered by water. • The horse waded right into the stream. • It waded right in. 2. Fig. to get quickly and directly involved in something. (Fig. on Q.) • Don’t just wade into things. Stop and think about what you are doing. • Just wade in and get started.
McGrawhill's American Idioms And Phrasal Verbs