Definition of 'get into'
Example sentences containing 'get into'
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I love getting into trouble' ). Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is caused by air getting into the engine via the air intake. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She also fails to get into Cambridge but what really tips her over the edge? The Sun (2007)When the time came, he got into Cambridge to read classics. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Not for plotting to blow up the school; but for getting into Cambridge a year early. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And they were more than six times as likely to get into Oxford or Cambridge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On leaving school he surprised his family by choosing to go into the Army after failing to get into Cambridge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I mean, trying to get into Cambridge! Times, Sunday Times (2011)Just over a fifth of pupils who applied from comprehensive schools got into Cambridge, compared with more than a third of applicants at independent schools. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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In Common Usage. get into is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'get into'
British English: get into /ɡɛt ˈɪntə/ VERB
If you get into an activity, you start doing it or being involved in it.
He was eager to get into politics.
- American English: get into
- Arabic: يَتَوَرَّطُ في
- Brazilian Portuguese: conseguir entrar
- Chinese: 开始从事
- Croatian: zainteresirati se za
- Czech: angažovat se v čem
- Danish: komme ind i
- Dutch: ergens in verzeild raken
- European Spanish: meterse
- Finnish: joutua
- French: se lancer
- German: geraten in
- Greek: μπαίνω
- Italian: entrare
- Japanese: ･･･に到着する
- Korean: (특정한 상태에) 처하다
- Norwegian: havne i
- Polish: wejść
- European Portuguese: conseguir entrar
- Romanian: a intra în
- Russian: заняться
- Spanish: meterse
- Swedish: komma in i
- Thai: เข้าร่วมใน
- Turkish: inmek özüne
- Ukrainian: братися до
- Vietnamese: tham gia
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