Словосочетания со словами go into
go into a huddle
To gather close together as a team in a football game, usually to find out your team's next play.
The football team which has the ball goes into a huddle before every play to get orders on what play they will use.
To talk together privately about something; discuss something where others cannot hear.
The man went into a huddle with his lawyers before answering the question.
The doctors went into a huddle and decided to operate.
go into a tailspin
go into a nose dive
To fall or go down badly; collapse; give up trying.
The team went into a tailspin after their captain was hurt, and they were badly beaten.
To become very anxious, confused, or mentally sick; give up hope.
The man went into a tailspin after his wife died and he never got over it.
go into orbit
To become very happy or successful.
Our team has gone into orbit.
To lose one's temper or control completely; become very angry.
John was afraid his father would go into orbit when he found out about the car accident.
To go or fit inside of; able to be put in.
The table is too big to go into the closet.
To be able to be divided into; be divisible into.
Two goes into four two times.
To enter a state or condition of; pass into.
John went into a fit of temper when he didn't get his own way.
The sick man went into a coma.
The country went into mourning when the king died.
To be busy in or take part in; enter as a job or profession.
The mayor went into politics as a very young man.
Mr, Johnson is going into business for himself.
Bill wants to go into law when he gets out of school.
To start to talk about; bring up the subject of; examine.
We'll talk about the dead mouse after dinner, Billy. Let's not go into it now.
The teacher went into the subject of newspapers today.