nail into

nail something into something

to drive a nail or something similar into something. She nailed the hanger into the wall to hold the picture up. Please nail in this tack.
See also: nail
References in classic literature ?
Aunt Maria would mildly observe that, next time Uncle Podger was going to hammer a nail into the wall, she hoped he'd let her know in time, so that she could make arrangements to go and spend a week with her mother while it was being done.
And tell me, is there anyone who can boast of having driven a nail into the wheel of fortune?
A 43-year-old man was referred to the UUMC after he had accidentally fired a nail into his left cheek as he pointed a nail gun in the direction of his face.
The coworker slipped and accidentally fired a nail into the patient's left face at close range.
Although this can happen, by far the more common cause of ingrown toenail, and the pain that goes with it, is the curvature of the nail into the tissue on both the medial (inner) and the lateral (next to the other toes) sides of the nail.