to enter (into) sth.

to enter (into) sth.
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  • enter into sth — UK US enter into sth Phrasal Verb with enter({{}}/ˈentər/ verb [T] ► to start to become involved in something, especially a discussion or an agreement: »enter into a deal/a contract/an agreement …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌenter ˈinto sth — phrasal verb 1) to start to take part in something Adams agreed to enter into talks with the British government.[/ex] 2) to be an important aspect of a situation When companies are trying to save money, loyalty to workers doesn t enter into… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • enter into something with somebody — ˈenter into sth (with sb) derived to begin sth or become involved in sth • to enter into an agreement • to enter into negotiations Main entry: ↑enterderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • enter — en|ter W1S1 [ˈentə US ər] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(go into)¦ 2¦(start working)¦ 3¦(start an activity)¦ 4¦(computer)¦ 5¦(write information)¦ 6¦(competition/examination)¦ 7¦(period of time)¦ 8¦(start to exist)¦ 9 enter somebody s life …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • enter — verb 1 come/go into a place ADVERB ▪ illegally ▪ people who enter the country illegally ▪ cautiously ▪ quickly, slowly ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • enter — verb 1 GO INTO a) (I, T) to go or come into a place: Silence fell as I entered the room. | Adie was one of the few reporters who had dared to enter the war zone. b) (T) if an object enters part of something, it goes inside it: The bullet had… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • enter*/*/*/ — [ˈentə] verb 1) [I/T] to go or come into a place The man had entered through the back door.[/ex] They were imprisoned for illegally entering the country.[/ex] 2) [T] to start to do something There are dozens of new companies entering the software …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • enter — en‧ter [ˈentə ǁ ər] verb [transitive] 1. if people or goods enter a country, they arrive there: • A lot of goods are fraudulently and illegally entering the US. 2. COMMERCE if a company enters a market, it starts selling goods or services in that …   Financial and business terms

  • break into sth phrasal — verb (T) 1 STEAL to enter a building by using force, in order to steal something: Thieves broke into the bank vault by digging a tunnel. 2 break into a run/gallop/trot etc to suddenly start running etc: Suzie heard footsteps behind her and broke… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • ˌbreak ˈinto sth — phrasal verb 1) to enter a building by force, especially in order to steal things A house in Brecon Place was broken into last night.[/ex] 2) to start doing something The children saw the sea and broke into a run.[/ex] 3) to start to have success …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˌpile ˈinto sth — phrasal verb to enter a place in large numbers, all at the same time Four huge men piled into the back of the car.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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