Into definition

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To the inside or interior of.

Went into the house.

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To the form, substance, or condition of.

Turned into a swan, divided into parts.

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Against.

Crashed into a tree.

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Into is defined as going from the outside to the inside.

An example of into is someone working past their normal hours in a day to enter overtime hours.

An example of into is walking through the front door of a house.

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As a divisor of.

The number 3 goes into 9 three times.

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In the direction of; toward.

Looked into the distance; pointed into the sky.

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To the activity or occupation of.

Recent college graduates who go into banking.

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To the condition, state, or form of.

Dishes breaking into pieces; changed into a butterfly.

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So as to be in or be included in.

Parties entering into an agreement; wrote a new character into the play.

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(informal) Interested in or involved with.

They are into vegetarianism.

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From the outside to the inside of; to the midst or depths of.

Walked into the house, jumped into the lake.

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So as to strike; against.

To bump into a door.

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To the work or activity of.

To go into teaching.

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In the direction of.

The road leads into town.

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(informal) Involved in, interested in, or concerned with.

Into yoga.

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(arith.) Considered as a divisor of.

3 into 21 is 7

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The Irish national teacher's organisation.
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To a point within the limits of a period of time or extent of space.

Well into the week.

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Advancing or continuing to the midst of (a period of time)

Dancing far into the night.

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