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Spanish translation of “into”

into

preposition /ˈintu/
to or towards the inside of; to within
en, dentro de
The eggs were put into the box They disappeared into the mist.
against
contra
The car ran into the wall.
to the state or condition of
en
A tadpole turns into a frog I’ve sorted the books into piles.
expressing the idea of division
entre
Two into four goes twice.
(Definition of into from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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