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to go into something

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  • suck (someone) into (something) — to cause someone to become involved in something or do something. I got sucked into their argument because I was a friend of the family. I didn t return the salesman s phone calls because I didn t want to be sucked in. Usage notes: usually used… …   New idioms dictionary

  • build something into something — build (something) into (something) to make a feature part of the design of something. We have built new data security into the software design. The schedule has a lot of free time built into it …   New idioms dictionary

  • read (something) into (something) — to give your own meaning to something rather than what was intended. Experts warned against reading too much into Friday s election results. People can read into his comments anything they want to, but no decision has been made. Usage notes:… …   New idioms dictionary

  • weave something into something — phrase to include something in a story, plan etc The sound of his cello is woven into my childhood memories. Thesaurus: to include something or someonesynonym Main entry: weave …   Useful english dictionary

  • talk (someone) into (something) — to persuade someone to do something. It was pretty hard to talk the kids into going to the dance, but they did go and had a great time. She talked the boss into buying new computers by saying we could work faster with them. Opposite of: talk… …   New idioms dictionary

  • rope somebody into something — ˌrope sbˈin | ˌrope sb ˈinto sth derived usually passive (informal) to persuade sb to join in an activity or to help to do sth, even when they do not want to • rope somebody into something to do sth Everyone was roped in to help with the show. •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) window into something — a window on/onto/into/something phrase something that shows you what something else is really like Is the play an accurate window on the world? This traditional art form provides a fascinating window into another culture. Thesaurus: signs of how… …   Useful english dictionary

  • breathe life into something — breathe (new) life into (something) to bring ideas and energy to something. Changes in the performance have breathed new life into a show that seemed ready to close. He has promised to breathe new life into the organization …   New idioms dictionary

  • lull (you) into something — lull (you) into (something/doing something) to make you feel calm or safe when it is not reasonable to feel this way. His confidence lulled me into thinking things were somehow going to work out. Usage notes: often used with the phrase a false… …   New idioms dictionary

  • insinuate yourself (into something) — phrase to get into a situation or position by behaving in a way that is not sincere Somehow he always manages to insinuate himself into our plans. Thesaurus: to do something dishonestsynonym Main entry: insinuate …   Useful english dictionary

  • throw (yourself) into (something) — to do something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. I threw myself into the Spanish classes and after three months I could carry on a simple conversation …   New idioms dictionary

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