walk into for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD
1. phrasal verb
If you walk into an unpleasant situation, you become involved in it without expecting to, especially because you have been careless. [VP n] ⇒ He's walking into a situation that he absolutely can't control.
2. phrasal verb
If you walk into a job, you manage to get it very easily. [informal] [VP n] ⇒ When I left school, I could walk into any job.
In the camps the barrios have inviolableboundaries; I wouldn't dare walk into black territory without being invited.Adair, Tom (Intro) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIESIn that case to enter Moria would be to walk into a trap, hardlybetter than knocking at the gates of the Dark Tower itself.J.R.R. Tolkien THE LORD OF THE RINGSI couldn't decide which was the more grisly to think about -- the summer I'd just had, or the autumn I was about to walk into.David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS