Meaning Back in the saddle
Type Acronym
Rank ★ ☆ ☆  Uncommon
Usage Online Only (chat, messaging, e-mail)

"Back in the saddle" is a slang phrase that means a person is resuming something he or she hasn't done for awhile. For example, if a worker takes a long vacation, the employee may be "back in the saddle" once he or she is back at work.

Example "I'm BITS working 40 hours a week again."
Updated January 17, 2011