Go into

Go into (sth) : to start an activity, or start to be in a particular state or condition

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  • Examples in context:
  • Even today I am constantly trying to change my father's high-cholesterol diet, and I go into a state of anxiety when either of my parents does not get home before midnight.
  • Having married his fiancée Ekaterina Dmitriev in August via a satellite video link from space, Malenchenko went straight into married life enthusiastically.
    Comenzar, entrar (en un estado, situación)

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