into

be into

Be into something: to be interested in something. My daughter is into sports all of a sudden and really wants to take tennis lessons. Enter into something: to move into something. Once you enter into the parking garage, turn left. Get into…

bore into

Bore into someone or something: to drill into or otherwise penetrate a particular thing or surface; to look at someone with interest and intensity. OK, I bore a hole into the wall. Her eyes bored into him once more.

divide into

Diversify into: make or become more diverse or varied The trilobites diversified into a great number of species. Divide into: separate or be separated into parts Consumer magazines can be divided into a number of categories. Segment into: …

look into

Enquire (inquire) into: invenstigate; look into The task of political sociology is to enquire into the causes of political events. Go into: investigate or enquire into (something) There's no need to go into it now. Look into: investigate T…

crash into

Crash into: collide violently with an obstacle of another vehicle The stolen car she was riding in crashed into a tree. Inject something into someone: introduce (a new or different element) into something She tried to inject scorn into her…

turn into

Turn into: become (a particular kind of thing or person); be transformed into The slight drizzle turned into a downpour. Transform something into something: make a marked change in the form, nature, or appearance of He wanted to transform …