get into (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb get into (2).

Meaning: to become interested in something or focussed on something

For example:

  • get into sth After he retired, my father got into ballroom dancing and windsurfing.

  • get into sth You'll be nervous at first, but you'll relax once you start getting into the music.

Quick Quiz:

My Aunt Maud is getting into yoga and meditation. She says

a. it's a waste of time

b. it's really helpful

c. she's been teaching it for years

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Contributor: Matt Errey