in/into the swing ofidiom
Definition of in/into the swing of
: fully involved and comfortable with (a regular activity, process, etc.) After a while, she got into the swing of her new job. I've been away on vacation but I should be (back) in the swing of things in a few days.
an act or instance of editing or removing
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