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Definition of "get into" [get into]

  • To move into an object, such that one ends up inside it. (verb)
  • To reach into an object. (verb)
  • To become involved in a discussion or issue. (verb)
  • To enter an unfavourable state. (verb)

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Use "get into" in a sentence
  • "Gandham Chandrudu's story, who secured the 198th rank to get into IAS, is a classic example of how dreams can turn into reality with hard work and patience."
  • "There must have been additional information about how to get into the Ark that Arvadi had concealed from Ulric."
  • "Oddly enough, Baxter had never played in the $10,000 event, but after entering a $1,050 buy-in satellite essentially, a one-table mini-tournament to get into the tournament on a whim, he had managed just moments before to win it."