step into

step into something

 
1. Lit. and step in something to step into something wet, messy, or dirty. Don't step in the mud! What is that stinky stuff you stepped into?
2. Fig. to involve oneself in some matter; to intervene in an affair or dispute. I will have to step into the business and settle the problem. Please don't step into something that does not concern you.
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step into

Involve oneself or intervene, as in He knew he'd be able to step into a job in his father's firm, or Jane asked Mary to step into the matter and settle it. Also see step in.
See also: step

step into

v.
To intervene in some matter: The arbitrator stepped into the dispute to resolve the differences between the union and management.
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If 3's defender sags back, 3 can quickly step into the court for a return pass and a shot.
With the success of the DVD release, the North American gross revenues for Step Into Liquid are now estimated to be in excess of $17 million by New Visual's distributor.
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When a right-handed shooter moves in to receive the pass, he should take the ball with the left foot forward and then step into the shot with the right foot.