delve into (something)

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delve into (something)

To study something thoroughly. Because I was eager to delve into that novel further, I decided to write about it for my term paper.
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delve into something

to examine or study something carefully; to enter into the examination or study of something. He delved into the solution of the problem facing him. I am just now delving into a study of the Trojan War.
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Mary delves into family's past GREAT British Bake Off star Mary Berry and comic Billy Connolly are among the familiar faces who will be delving back into their family history for a new series of BBC1's Who Do You Think You Are?.
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However, when she delves into the daily lives of Africans in the eighteenth-century London, she produces much new and interesting material.