Phrasal Verb: Go into

Phrasal Verb: Go into


Meaning: Discuss in some detail

Example: They refused to GO INTO exactly what was wrong.

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Phrasal Verb: Go into


Meaning: Enter a profession, hospital, trade, market

Example: She WENT INTO banking after she'd finished university.

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Meaning: Begin a speech or description

Example: He WENT INTO a long attack on the way press had handled the issue.

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Phrasal Verb: Go into


Meaning: Be dedicated or devoted

Example: A lot of time and effort WENT INTO this book.

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Phrasal Verb: Go into


Meaning: Be contained in a larger number

Example: Five GOES INTO sixty 12 times

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