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English definition of “enter into sth”

enter into sth

formal
verb uk phrasal verb with enter   /ˈen.tər/ us    /-t̬ɚ/
to start to become involved in something, especially a discussion or agreement: They refuse to enter into any discussion on this matter. not enter into sth If you say that something does not enter into something else, it is not an important or necessary part of it: The Council's opinion doesn't enter into it - it's up to us to make the decision.
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