intoprepositionuk us /ˈɪn.tuː/
into preposition (INSIDE)
into preposition (CHANGE)
- The commercialization of football has turned it from a sport into a business.
- Could we convert the small bedroom into a second bathroom?
- These chemicals quickly degrade into harmless compounds.
- Over time, their acquaintance developed into a lasting friendship.
- Heavy rainfall turned the river into a rushing torrent.
into preposition (TOUCHING FORCEFULLY)
into preposition (TOWARDS)
into preposition (ABOUT)
- Citizens have demanded a full inquiry into the government's handling of the epidemic.
- Inquiry into the matter is pointless - no one will tell you anything.
- She's researching into possible cures for AIDS.
- They are doing some fascinating research into the language of dolphins.
- Several social workers have looked into the child's case.
into preposition (DIVISION)
into preposition (INTERESTED)