go into sth
— phrasal verb with go uk /ɡəʊ/ us /ɡoʊ/ verb present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone
- I'm glad she's going into medicine. It's a very worthy calling.
- First she goes into a deep trance and then the spirit voices start to speak through her.
- He's always wanted to go into teaching.
- He goes into a fit of rage over the smallest mistake.
- She went into a coma and died without recovering consciousness.
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- I won't go into detail over the phone, but I've been having a few health problems recently.
- Without going into all the details of the case, it's impossible to comment.
- The article didn't really go into the background of the events.
- The star's agent had distributed a list of topics that the singer was not prepared to go into.
- Although he mentions his childhood in the book, he never goes into it in much detail.
- A lot of thought went into the layout of the office.
- A huge amount of money has gone into this project.
- More of her time will need to go into the business if it is to be successful.
- All of his energy has been going into organizing the conference. No wonder he's tired.
- Most of his spare time goes into home improvement.