Today’s lesson of colloquial expression
587. to get off the ground 実現する、軌道に乗る
- this means, for a project or plan, to begin to be executed or go into effect
1. They created a plan to cut waste through increased recycling in the factories, but that never really got off the ground.
2. The politician’s campaign failed to get off the ground and he was forced to give up his senate run.