get into a rut idiom
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Idiom #23 – Get into a rut

What does the idiom “Get into a rut” mean?

To become seemingly trapped or stuck in a mundane, non-changing pattern of life, work, and/or personal behaviour.

How to use the idiom?

I have to change my job. After five years here I feel I am stuck in a rut.

We’re getting in a rut—let’s move abroad for the summer and shake things up!

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