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into/ˈɪntu, ˈɪntə/preposition
/ˈɪntu, ˈɪntə/
Learner's definition of INTO  
: to or toward the inside of (something)
: in the direction of (something)
— used to describe hitting or touching something or someone
: to the state, condition, or form of (something)
— used to say that something or someone has become a part of something
   b  — used to say that someone has become involved in something (such as a profession)
   c  — used to say that someone has been forced or persuaded to do something
informal  — used to say that someone is interested in and excited about (something)
— used to say how long something lasts
: relating to or concerning (something)
— used to describe dividing one number by another number

be into (someone) for

US, informal
: to owe someone (an amount of money)
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