bite into (something or someone)

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bite into (something or someone)

1. Literally, to clench between one's teeth, as of food. I can't wait to bite into my hamburger—I'm so hungry! Unfortunately, I didn't realize the casserole was still cold until I bit into it.
2. To cause one physical pain, as of the wind. When I couldn't stand the icy wind biting into me anymore, I ran for the ski lodge.
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bite into something

 
1. Lit. to press one's teeth into something. As he bit into the apple, the juices ran down his chin. Lily bit into the sandwich and smiled.
2. Fig. [for the wind or something similar] to blow sharply against someone, causing a stinging pain. The cold wind bit into poor Wally, who only has a light jacket. The frigid air bit into my exposed skin.
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The dry pear rings don't look very appealing and when you first bite into one it is quite tough.
If you bite into one of the tomatoes they are selling it has a fantastic taste, just like you remember as a young child.
And you may do just that after you bite into one of these babies.
BITE into one of the new range of individual Thin & Crispy pizzas from Chicago Town.