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Search results for 'into':

into prep 1 to or towards the inside or middle of something • Go into the room. 2 against; into contact or collision with something or someone. 3 used to express a change of state or condition: • change into a suitget into difficultiesform into groups. 4 having reached a certain period of time • We were into extra time before Booth scored the winner. 5 math used to express division • four into twenty makes five. 6 colloq involved with, interested in or enthusiastic about • She's into Nirvana in a big way.
ETYMOLOGY: Anglo-Saxon.