(third-person singular simple present gets into, present participle getting into, simple past got into, past participle gotten into or got into)
- To move into an object, such that one ends up inside it.
- She got into the car.
- To reach into an object.
- The small child got into everything.
- To become involved in a discussion or issue.
- He got into politics.
- To enter an unfavourable state.
- How did we get into such a mess?
- To make behave uncharacteristically.
- I don't know what's gotten into that child.