probe into

probe into (something)

To begin inquiring into or investigating something. Regulators are probing into the company's records to see what led to its collapse and the knock-on effect that had on the global economy. I've been asked to probe into the incident and see what I can find.
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probe into something

to investigate something. The police will probe into the matter and report to the commissioner. We will take some time and probe into that for you.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Lunine of the University of Arizona in Tucson calculate that after 10 hours, the searing heat at Jupiter's lower depths will have vaporized the probe into individual atoms and molecules.
They insert one probe into the knee joint and another into a muscle next to the joint.