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walk (right) into someone or something
to bump into someone or something. Fred walked right into the edge of the door and broke his nose. Sam walked into Liz and frightened her.
walk (right) into
a trap to fall right into a trap or deception. You walked right into my trap. Now I have you right where I want you. The unsuspecting agent walked into the FBI setup.
1. To enter something by walking: The family walked into the restaurant and sat down.
2. To bump into something by walking: He wasn't looking where he was going, and he walked into a lamppost.
3. To enter something casually, easily, or unawares: With her connections, she can walk into any job she wants. I walked into the trap they had set out for me.