Definition of go into in English:

go into

phrasal verb

  • 1Investigate or enquire into (something)

    ‘there's no need to go into it now’
    • ‘But the judge was well aware of this point and these issues, as is demonstrated by the lengthy investigation that she went into with Mr Wallis and Mr Jarrold.’
    • ‘To understand why India enjoys such impunity, we need to go into the history of the commission set up in 1946.’
    investigate, examine, enquire into, look into, research, study, probe, explore, delve into, try to get to the bottom of
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  • 2(of a whole number) be capable of dividing another, typically without a remainder.

    ‘six into five won't go’