Definition of pitch into in English:

pitch into

1 informal Vigorously tackle or begin to deal with.
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  • So I pitched into the morning house clean routine, left all neat, tidy and sparkling clean, and took myself and the little silver Ford off to Boston.
  • In spite of all my resolutions not to do so I pitched into a final code fix for my new web pages today.
  • He prepares to roll up his sleeves and pitch into the parochial difficulties that await him.
1.1Forcefully assault.
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  • The governor was up for re-election and the opposition papers were pitching into him.
  • I despise him so I can't help pitching into him.
  • He pitched into her recklessly, upbraiding her now for her shiftlessness.
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