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    #1

    In swing of doing things.

    He is in swing of doing things?

    What does this sentence mean?

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    #2

    Re: In swing of doing things.

    get into the swing of it/things :
    to become fully involved in an activity:
    Once we got into the swing of it, it took no time at all. :)

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