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Hundreds of athletes marched into the stadium for the opening ceremony.
She got into her car and drove away.
I wandered into the hotel bar and ordered a drink.
Slipping his hand into his coat pocket, he felt for his keys.
Pour the mixture into a large saucepan.
They marched wearily, their boots sinking into the mud.
The nurse plunged a needle into my arm.
Kate scrambled to her feet and dived into the water.
Their car had crashed into a tree.
He was so angry he slammed his fist into the wall.
Our flight gets into Boston at around 7.30.
What time did you get into work?
Is there another way into the building?
There’s flooding on all the roads into the city.
She was gazing into the mirror.
Again, can I remind you to speak into the microphone?
Jemma had grown into a beautiful woman.
Our argument was gradually turning into a full-scale battle.
Freezing temperatures have transformed the lake into a skating rink.
Roll the dough into a ball.
She fell into a deep sleep.
It’s no use getting into a panic, we must keep calm.
Her stories have been translated into more than 30 languages.
Many students have fallen into debt by the time they graduate.
It was you who got us into this mess in the first place.
I hope we don’t run into any problems.
She always manages to get into trouble.
Amy threw herself into the work with great enthusiasm.
He’ll probably go into business with his father (=start a company with him).
Ted is trying to get into the financial industry (=get a job in it).
I promise to look into the matter.
the investigation into the murder of Stephen Lawrence
You’d better change into some warm clothes.
Sophie was still trying to get into her wet suit.
He talked us into buying a new washing machine.
Reservists are being pressed into service to help clean up after the storm.
How did mercury get into the water supply?
Stir a little cream into the sauce.
.She should never have married into the Royal Family.
You have to pass the examinations to get into university.
You need to be recommended by a member to get into the club.
They went on working late into the night.
Matthews was still playing first class football well into his forties.
Suddenly she’s into yoga and things like that.
At first I didn’t really like painting, but now I’ve really got into it.
The 32 teams will be split into eight groups of four.
They divided the country into four regions.
Break the chocolate into pieces.
4 into 8 gives you 2.