(to be) into

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - to be into

"to be into"

to be interested in or involved with;

to enjoy something or someone a great deal


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - to be into

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Hey. I haven't seen you for a while. What are you interested in now?

Friend 2:  I'm into hang gliding a lot.  I go almost every weekend.

Friend 1:  Sounds like fun.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - to be into

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Have you heard about Tina and Arnold?

Friend 2:  Our friends from high school? I haven't seen them in years.

Friend 1:  They're getting married.

Friend 2:  That makes sense. They were always into each other.

to be into - Usage:


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to be into - Gerund Form:

Being into rock music means you probably like The Rolling Stones.

to be into - Examples:

1)  And really, who wouldn't be into that?

2)  Dammit, I thought you might be into me.

3)  I used to be into comic books and that was like my favorite comic.

4)  You know it is funny too regardless of what kind of music someone may be into I don't know anyone that doesn't like this song.

5)  Travel is a very personal experience. Where you may be into battlefields and museums; someone else might be into eating the cuisine, drinking the ...

6)  The neighbors down the street may nor may not be into some really weird stuff in the bedroom.

7)  So if you are into Ben Harper, and also think you might be into some old style gospel with Ben Harper infused into it.

8)  This is a teaching moment. Aren't atheists supposed to be into continually learning and expanding our knowledge base?

9)  I get these emails from Amazon recommending local stuff they think I'd be into.

10)  There aren't too many people who would be into doing something like that.

11)  I used to be into Hello Kitty stuff big time when I was a kid.

12)  Give it another six months and everybody will be into primal scream therapy.

13)  You must really be into torturing yourself.

14)  Its fine for women to be into fashion and to look their best. But they should have the confidence that being ...

15)  Pirate did not really seem to be into herding this time. He did a good enough job of moving the goats, ...

16)  To be honest, I didn't think she was going to be into it. It's more time-consuming and monotonous than the crafts she usually does and ...

17)  Everyone just seems to be into what they are doing. Very self-aware which is great, but not socially aware ...

18)  I was talking to a friend about work. He used to be into the idea of enjoying your work and doing cool work. Then he found a ...

19)  I can't always be into painting at an inspired level.

20)  I wonder what you'd be into... what your favorite things would be... what presents I'd have wrapped for ...