to walk into

Idiom Definition 1

Idiom Definition - walk into

"to walk into"

to enter something by walking


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Idiom Definition 2

Idiom Definition - walk into

"to walk into"

to bump into something by walking


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Idiom Definition 3

Idiom Definition - walk into

"to walk into"

to enter something casually, easily, or unawares


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - walk into

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  I think something is going on that nobody is telling me about.

Friend 2:  Why do you say that?

Friend 1:  Whenever I walk into a room, everyone stops talking. What's going on?

Friend 2:  I can't tell you.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - walk into

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  That is quite the black eye you have. Did you get into a fight with your wife?

Colleague 2:  Ha ha. I walked into a kitchen cabinet door yesterday.

Colleague 1:  Looks painful. Lucky you didn't lose your eye.

Idiom Scenario 3

Idiom Definition - walk into

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Georgina has always been so efficient and smart and beautiful.

Friend 2:  She really is a remarkable person.

Friend 1:  And it is amazing the way she can walk into any situation and be successful.

Friend 2:  She does have a certain air of ease and confidence.

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to walk into - Gerund Form:

Walking into the store, you realize you have forgotten your grocery list.

Walking into the door, you bruised your face.

Walking into every job doesn't build character.

to walk into - Examples:

1)  The thing I find scary about identifying tools for things we do is when you walk into a museum and find something there that you learned on ...

2)  When the heroes consciously recognize a trap when they see one, but elect to walk into it anyway.

3)  The next time you walk into the room and they close the computer window a second too quickly?

4)  Two men walk into your office wearing identical navy blue suits, white shirts.

5)  When I walk into my deli, I don't have to say a word.

6)  ... and then walked into the chapel just in time to help the usher open the folding curtain to ...

7)  True, but you walked into a site where we gather, so you're outclassed here.

8)  My boyfriend Mark walked into the room, a beer in one hand and a curious grin on his ...

9)  I once walked into an upper level class where the students were learning how to conjugate verbs.

10)  True's indictment was just one of the crises Brand walked into when he took up his role at the Getty in January 2006.

11)  Joe had to know he was walking into a losing battle.

12)  ... or blind men walking into lampposts ...

13)  People are just walking into people's yards and taking stuff.

14)  Walking into the building and seeing Sue makes me giddy with excitement.

15)  ... and we're walking into a team that's throwing for over 300 yards a game.

16)  Then Mira walks into the same trap she just prevented the Exile from falling into.

17)  On his days off, Ruffins says, he walks into Joe's with a tablet, orders a beer, and jots down a ...

18)  He is like the toy soldier who walks into the wall and keeps going.

19)  My doctor always walks into the exam room smiling.

20)  Matti Saari, 22, walks into a vocational college in Kauhajoki, Finland, and opens fire, killing 10.