LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||02/OUT/2011 3:50 PM|
|Assunto:||To charge in.|
I´ve been reading a book by John Grisham and I stumbled upon this phrasal verb which I looked it up but nothing.
Here´s a part of the conversation among the characters:
"This is not a coffe room, Bennie. I´m supposed to be working in there. Stealing may be a priority for you boys, but the firm expects me to be plowing through the documents. I´ll have a project due and a partner waiting on it."
Nigel CHARGED IN. "It could be over in two hours, Kyle, assuming you can find the documents quickly."
The impression I have is that this phrasal means that the guy, Nigel added a comment, am i right? I´ve never seen this one nor have even heard it before!
Another curiousity of mine.
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