go into


verb(intr, preposition)
  1. to enter

  2. to start a career in: to go into publishing

  1. to investigate or examine: to go into the problem of price increases

  2. to discuss: we won't go into that now

  3. to dress oneself differently in: to go into mourning

  4. to hit: the car had gone into a lamppost

  5. to go to live in or be admitted to, esp temporarily: she went into hospital on Tuesday

  6. to enter a specified state: she went into fits of laughter

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Other Idioms and Phrases with go into

go into

Enter somewhere or something; also fit inside something. For example, Don't go into this building, or The tractor is too big to go into the shed. [c. a.d. 1000]

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