take into

take (someone or something) into (something or some place)

1. To move or bring someone or something into the inside of something or some place. Everyone at the pool took their kids into the changing rooms while the thunder storm passed by. I'll take it into my workshop for the night.
2. To provide someone or something with lodging or accommodation, especially in one's own home. The hotel has been taking homeless families into its unused rooms during the winter months. You need to stop bringing so many rescue animals into the house—I appreciate your intentions, but we simply don't have the space!
3. To transfer someone or something into a new or changed condition, state, or situation. Federal agents took the congressman into custody after the video tape emerged of him accepting bribes. We'll take your statement into consideration.
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take into

v.
1. To move something to the interior of something: We took the boxes into the garage.
2. To have someone or something live or lodge in one's house: We took three kittens into our home.
3. To change the state or condition of something or someone: The sudden gust of wind took the airplane into a tailspin. The sheriff took the suspect into custody.
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Because 1994 and 1995 are closed years, employers had noway to remedy this, although they could send in amended Forms W-2 and 941 to take into account amounts deferred in later years.
The researchers failed to take into account certain behaviors that may increase a woman's chance of getting breast cancer, including drinking alcohol, argues R.
1502-13(c) to reflect the difference for the year between B's corresponding items taken into account and B's recomputed corresponding items (the corresponding items that B would take into account for the year if S and B were divisions of a single corporation).
1502-13(c)(2)(ii), S takes its intercompany items into account to reflect the difference for the year between B's corresponding items taken into account and B's recomputed corresponding items that B would take into account if S and B were divisions of a single corporation.
The process of determining S's intercompany item can be broken down into three steps: (1) determine B's recomputed corresponding item by treating S and B as divisions; (2) subtract B's actual corresponding item from the amount determined in #1; and (3) take into account that portion of B's intercompany item that equals the difference between its actual and recomputed corresponding items.
In addition, in each of years 1 through 10, S would take into account $2.
Under the installment method, B would take into account $25 of gain in 1996 and $25 of gain in 1997.