Idiom:  be into something

Definition

Idiom:  be into something

  • to be really interested in something
  • to really like doing some activity
  • to be very active in something


Example sentences

  • My boyfriend is really into shopping and fashion but I hate it.
  • I’m into Mozart and classical music these days.
  • I used to be into soccer but I got bored of it after I stopped playing it in high school.
  • Are you into that guy? I heard he was asking about you earlier.
  • Thanks for the invitation but I'd rather not go with you to the Taylor Swift concert—I'm not into pop music at all.
  • I didn't think you were into salsa dancing so that's why I didn't invite you last night.
  • I'm into guys with dark hair and blue or green eyes. How about you?
  • My mom wants to know if we're into ballet because she's got two tickets to The Nutcracker next week.


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