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Translation of "into" - English-Spanish dictionary

into

preposition   /ˈɪn·tə, ˈɪn·tu/
A1 towards the inside or middle of something en Get into bed! I went into the hotel.
A2 used to show a change from one condition to another or from one kind of thing to another en Chop the apple into small pieces. We turned the smallest bedroom into an office.
B1 in the direction of something or someone a, hacia She looked into his eyes.
B1 moving towards something or someone and hitting it or them contra I lost control of the car and crashed into a fence.
involving or about something sobre There was an investigation into the cause of the fire.
be into something
B1 informal to be very interested in something tener pasión por algo Will’s really into jazz.
(Definition of into from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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