get one's arse in(to) gear

get one's arse in(to) gear
to prepare oneself, get organised and get going. A phrase which appeared in Brit-ain and America (with ass) seemingly simultaneously around 1974. It is usually employed as an exhortation to someone who is disorganised or wasting time.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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