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    "I used to be really into fashion." -What does it mean?

    "I used to be really into fashion."
    Does it mean I used to be very fashionable? I want to know the exact meaning of this sentence, including maybe even small emotional differences in it.

    Thank you very much!~


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    Re: "I used to be really into fashion." -What does it mean?

    It translates into a very broad definition:

    I want to be really involved in fashion, what it is, who uses it, who writes about it, everything to do with it.

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