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What's "get into" mean?


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"Get into" is a phrasal verb that means to start discussing a subject in-depth. In the example, it means that she wants to discuss the details of the mission in-depth, but she can't because the information is not shared by China. Ex: He got into the rules and regulations of the company. Ex: I don't want to get into it until I have more information.


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