walk into (third-person singular simple present walks into, present participle walking into, simple past and past participle walked into)
- To collide with.
- Mind you don't walk into that wall.
- Watch where you're going. You nearly walked into that man.
- To fall into (a trap or other situation), especially one that could have been avoided with more care.
- The platoon walked into an ambush.
- You really walked into that one, didn't you?