walk into

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walk into (third-person singular simple present walks into, present participle walking into, simple past and past participle walked into)

  1. To collide with.
    Mind you don't walk into that wall.
    Watch where you're going. You nearly walked into that man.
  2. To fall into (a trap).
    The platoon walked into an ambush.
    You really walked into that one, didn't you?
Last modified on 11 November 2012, at 15:01