jump in at the deep end

jump in at the deep end
Meaning: start a new job or activity without being prepared for it.
Example: He is jumping in at the deep end, acting as strike bowler in his first match this year on the Australian pitches.

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upset the applecart

Meaning: spoil or disrupt a plan or arrangement

Example: We had planned to hold a get-together in the evening, but bad weather upset the applecart. Read on

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