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wade into (something)
to attack something, to join in something
The football player waded into the fight to help his teammates.
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  • wait on (someone) hand and foot
  • wait tables
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  • wait with bated breath
  • wait-and-see attitude
  • waiting in the wings
  • wake the dead
  • wake up
  • walk a tightrope
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  • hide one`s head in the sand
  • in the first place
  • stall off (someone or something) or stall (someone or something) off
  • clear-cut
  • come out for (someone or something)
  • take the law into one's own hands
  • on the contrary
  • mix and match
  • give oneself away

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    Jack Hobbs

    Sir John Berry Jack Hobbs was an English professional cricketer who played for Surrey from 1905 to 1934 and for England in 61 Test matches between 1908 and 1930. Known as The Master, he is regarded by critics as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket.

    He is the leading run-scorer and century-maker in first-class cricket, with 61,760 runs and 199 centuries. A right-handed batsman and an occasional right-arm medium pace bowler, Hobbs also excelled as a fielder, particularly in the position of cover point.
    Full name John Berry Hobbs
    Born 16 December 1882 Cambridge, England
    Died 21 December 1963 (aged 81) Hove, East Sussex, England
    Nickname The Master
    Batting style right-handed (RHB)
    Bowling style right-arm medium pace (RM)
    Role opening batsman
    National side England
    Test debut 1 January 1908 v Australia
    Last Test 16 August 1930 v Australia


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