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&mdash—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.
See also: bite