- /ˌentər 'ɪntu:/ verbto begin● to enter into relations with someone● to enter into negotiations with a foreign government● to enter into a partnership with a friend● The company does not want to enter into any long-term agreement.
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enter into — begin to be involved in. → enter enter into undertake to bind oneself by (an agreement). → enter … English new terms dictionary
enter into — index contract, contribute (assist), engage (involve), espouse, incur, involve (participate) … Law dictionary
enter into — phrasal 1. : to inquire into (a subject) : examine, consider regrettable that the book does not enter into the moral aspect of the issue 2. : to make oneself a party to or in entered into a solemn treaty and covenant 3. : to form a constituent… … Useful english dictionary
enter into — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms enter into : present tense I/you/we/they enter into he/she/it enters into present participle entering into past tense entered into past participle entered into 1) enter into something to start to take part in… … English dictionary
enter into — 1) PHR V RECIP If you enter into something such as an agreement, discussion, or relationship, you become involved in it. You can also say that two people enter into something. [FORMAL] [V P n with n] I have not entered into any financial… … English dictionary
enter into — phrasal 1. to make oneself a party to or in < enter into an agreement > 2. to form or be part of < your prejudices shouldn t enter into it > 3. to participate or share in < enter into the spirit of the occasion > … New Collegiate Dictionary
enter into — To join with another or with others; as, to enter into a contract, to enter into a conspiracy … Ballentine's law dictionary
enter into — verb a) To become legally committed to. One must be of legal age to enter into a contract. b) To engage in a formal process. The country entered into peace talks with the militants … Wiktionary
enter into — phr verb Enter into is used with these nouns as the object: ↑agreement, ↑alliance, ↑contract, ↑correspondence, ↑dialogue, ↑discussion, ↑dispute, ↑equation, ↑file, ↑folklore, ↑inheritance, ↑ … Collocations dictionary
enter into — Synonyms and related words: assemble, be enfranchised, be implicated in, bear a hand, build, build up, chip in, combine, compose, consist of, constitute, construct, contribute, embody, fabricate, form, go into, have suffrage, help decide,… … Moby Thesaurus