be into (someone or something)

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be into (someone or something)

1. informal To be romantically interested in someone. A: "I think Claire is into you, dude." B: "Really? Should I ask her out?" We had a couple really nice dates together, but I'm just not that into him.
2. informal To be very interested in or passionate about something. Chris is very into the Flyers, so I got him tickets to an upcoming game for Christmas. Jean's been very into photography lately, and she's pretty darn good at it!
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be into

Also, get into. Be interested in or involved with. For example, She's really into yoga, or Once you retire, it's important to get into some hobby you've always wanted to try. [Colloquial; mid-1900s]
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be ˈinto something

(informal) be interested in something in an active way: He’s into snowboarding in a big way.
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be into

v.
1. To be interested in or enthusiastic about something: I am into reading nonfiction these days. Are you into rock music?
2. To have reached some point in an ongoing process or measure of time: I was halfway into this book when I lost interest in it. We were well into April before the snow stopped falling.
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into

/in the bargain
Over and above what is expected; in addition.
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