- Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: go into; to enter.
- To get involved in; to investigate or explore.
- I don't want to go into the details now.
- We need to go into the background of the case before jumping to conclusions.
- (of numbers) To divide exactly; to be a factor of.
- 11 goes into 88 and 99 but not 100.
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