into

ˈɪntə, ˈɪntu(:)

Перевод:

Preposition: в на к

Фразы:

a bipartite division of the year into winter and summer - деление года на две части - зиму и лето

to bite into an apple - откусить от яблока

to buy into / out a business - купить предприятие

to skim into blocks - отливать в блоки

to bluff smb. into smth. - обманом убедить кого-л. в чём-л.

to throw a bomb into - вызвать сенсацию, наделать переполох

to sell into bondage - продавать в зависимость, продавать в рабство

to put (a word) into brackets - поместить слово в скобки

to fling / throw oneself into the breach - броситься на прорыв

to pay into an account - вносить деньги на счёт

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Примеры:

She fell into a deep sleep. - Она погрузилась в глубокий сон.

The rain changed into snow. - Дождь перешёл в снег.

Come into the office. - Заходите в кабинет.

We dived into the sea. - Мы нырнули в море.

He jumped into the pool. - Он прыгнул в бассейн.

Cut the cake into pieces. - Разрежь пирог на куски.

The drizzling rain continued far into the night. - Дождь продолжал моросить до поздней ночи.

She came into the room. - Она вошла в комнату.

I screwed my wet handkerchief into a ball. - Я скрутил свой мокрый носовой платок в шарик.

The money went into a common fund. - Эта сумма пошла в общий фонд.

We shall have to take him into our discussion. - Придётся вовлечь его в нашу дискуссию.

Sue got back into bed and pulled the quilt over her head. - Сью вернулась в кровать и накрылась одеялом с головой.

They tried to drag me into their quarrel. - Они попытались втянуть меня в свою перебранку.

The Championship will be getting into its second day in a few hours. - Через несколько часов наступит второй день чемпионата.

She was just staring into space. - Она просто смотрела в пустоту.

Please put the bowl into the sink. - Поставь, пожалуйста, миску в раковину.

Andy and I talked well into the night. - Мы с Энди разговаривали до поздней ночи.

I've got to go into town this morning. - Сегодня утром мне нужно поехать в город.

I've been doing some research into this. - Я уже некоторое время занимаюсь исследованием этой темы.

They were heading into town. - Они направлялись в город.

They rode off into the sunset. - Они ускакали прочь, на закат.

John was well into his forties before he got married. - Когда Джон женился, ему было хорошо за сорок.

Eight into twenty-four is three. - Двадцать четыре разделить на восемь равно три.

He thrust his hand into his coat pocket. - Он засунул руку в карман пальто.

There must be another way into the cave. - Там должен быть другой путь в пещеру.

The car swerved and crashed into the wall. - Автомобиль вильнул и врезался в стену.

He almost bumped into me as he rushed past. - Он чуть не налетел на меня, когда проносился мимо.

At the age of 16, I went into the printing trade as an apprentice. - В возрасте шестнадцати лет я вошёл в типографское дело в качестве ученика.

a medicine injected into the bloodstream - лекарство, впрыснутое в кровь

Neruda's poems have been translated into English. - Стихи Неруды переведены на английский язык.

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Связанные термины:

go into: If you go into something, you describe or examine it fully or in detail .

blow into: to arrive in or enter (a room, etc) suddenly

book into: to reserve a room for (oneself or someone else) at (a hotel )

bump into: If you bump into someone you know, you meet them unexpectedly.

buy into: If you buy into a company or an organization, you buy part of it, often in order to gain some control of it.

come into: If someone comes into some money, some property, or a title, they inherit it.

dig into: to penetrate by or as by digging

dip into: to draw (upon)

drag into: To drag something or someone into an event or situation means to involve them in it when it is not necessary or not desirable .

drum into: If you drum something into someone, you keep saying it to them until they understand it or remember it.

eat into: If something eats into your time or your resources, it uses them, when they should be used for other things.

fall into: If you fall into conversation or a discussion with someone, usually someone you have just met, you start having a conversation or discussion with them.

fit into: If you fit into a particular group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.

fly into: If you fly into a bad temper or a panic, you suddenly become very angry or anxious and show this in your behaviour .

get into: If you get into a particular kind of work or activity, you manage to become involved in it.

grow into: When a child grows into an item of clothing, they become taller or bigger so that it fits them properly.

hoe into: to eat ( food ) heartily

hop into: to attack (a person)

lace into: to attack violently, either verbally or physically

lay into: To lay into someone or something means to start attacking or criticizing them.

let into: If you let someone into a secret, you allow them to know it.

look into: If a person or organization is looking into a possible course of action, a problem, or a situation, they are finding out about it and examining the facts relating to it.

move into: If you move into a new house, you start living there.

pack into: If someone packs a lot of something into a limited space or time, they fit a lot into it.

plug into: If you plug into a computer system, you are able to use it or see the information stored on it.

pour into: If you pour money or supplies into an activity or organization, or if it pours in, a lot of money or supplies are given in order to do the activity or help the organization.

pull into: When a vehicle or driver pulls into a place, the vehicle moves into the place and stops there.

read into: If you read a meaning into something, you think it is there although it may not actually be there.

rip into: If someone rips into you, they criticize you strongly.

run into: If you run into problems or difficulties, you unexpectedly begin to experience them.

see into: to examine or investigate

talk into: If you talk a person into doing something they do not want to do, especially something wrong or stupid, you persuade them to do it.

tear into: If you tear into someone, you criticize them very angrily and strongly.

tie into: to attack vigorously

tuck into: If someone tucks into a meal or tucks in, they start eating enthusiastically or hungrily.

walk into: If you walk into an unpleasant situation, you become involved in it without expecting to, especially because you have been careless .

A into G: arse into gear (esp in the phrase get your A into G )

break into: If someone breaks into a building, they get into it by force.

build into: to make (something) a definite part of (a contract, agreement, etc)

burst into: If you burst into tears, laughter, or song, you suddenly begin to cry, laugh, or sing .

enter into: If you enter into something such as an agreement, discussion, or relationship, you become involved in it. You can also say that two people enter into something.

launch into: If you launch into something such as a speech, task, or fight, you enthusiastically start it.

light into: to assail physically or verbally

marry into: to become a member of (a family) by marriage

pitch into: to assail physically or verbally

plough into: If something, for example a car, ploughs into something else, it goes out of control and crashes violently into it.

write into: If a rule or detail is written into a contract, law, or agreement, it is included in it when the contract, law, or agreement is made.

dissolve into: If you dissolve into or dissolve in tears or laughter, you begin to cry or laugh, because you cannot control yourself.

frighten into: If you frighten someone into doing something they would not normally do, you make them do it by making them afraid not to do it.

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Однокоренные слова:

intent - намерение, цель, пристальный, внимательный
inter - среди, между, предавать земле, хоронить
intern - интерн, студент медицинского колледжа, интернировать, задерживать
intoed - косолапый

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