Against, especially with force or violence. (preposition)
Producing, becoming (preposition)
Of (when describing duration) (preposition)
Intensely interested in or attracted to. (preposition)
Taking distinct arguments to distinct values. (preposition)
The operation of division, with the denominator expressed first. (preposition)
Investigation of a subject. (preposition)
Examples of word into
I was panting from the exertion, the call was really more a strained grunting series of messages as we all but ran down the slopeâ€¦â€¦..into the gun smokeâ€¦possibly into Hell!
They walk *into* the building they want to break into?
But he sent Robert there often, into that beautiful summer afternoon when Hank Bauer had leaped so high from the green diamond -- and the ball had _smacked _into his leather glove -- and the crowds went wild!
It is generally due to an inflammation of the Fallopian tubes which closes up the openings of the tubes into the womb, so that no more ova can pass _from_ the ovaries _through_ the tubes _into_ the womb.
Although inrÃºpit means 'burst _into_,' the preposition is nevertheless required with the noun to express the place into which he burst.