Bedeutung von “into” im Essential American English Dictionary


preposition us /ˈɪn·tu/

A1 toward the inside or middle of something:

Get into bed!
I went into the hotel.

A2 used to show a change from one condition to another or from one kind of thing to another:

Chop the apple into small pieces.
We turned / the smallest bedroom into an office.

B1 in the direction of something or someone:

She was looking into his eyes.

B1 moving toward something or someone and hitting it, him, or her:

I lost control of the car and crashed into a fence.

involving or about something:

There was an investigation into the cause of the fire.
be into something

B1 informal to be very interested in something:

Will’s really into jazz.

(Definition von “into” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)