Please explain “buy in” and this sentence: Don’t always buy in to all that you read in the paper.
Upon checking the story, I understand that Coca-cola is accused of charging Australian consumers too much for its bubbly sugar water.
First of all, the gloves in “the gloves are off” refer to gloves that boxers wear in a match.
Here, the speaker believes “he” would have been successful even if he was not given the head start he’d got in life.
Gut response was so quick and spontaneous that it must not have come after careful thought.