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enter into sth

formal
phrasal verb with enter uk   /ˈen.tər/  us   /ˈen.t̬ɚ/ verb
to ​start to ​becomeinvolved 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 ​necessarypart of it: The Council's ​opinion doesn't ​enter into it - it's up to us to make the ​decision.

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enter into sth

phrasal verb with enter uk   us   /ˈentər/ verb [T]
to ​start to become involved in something, especially a discussion or an ​agreement: enter into a ​deal/a ​contract/an ​agreement
(Definition of enter into sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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