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- (v) get involved in or with
- (v) to come or go into
- (v) secure a place in a college, university, etc.
- (v) familiarize oneself thoroughly with
- (v) put clothing on one's body
- Henson wasn't particularly interested in puppets, but he did want to get into TV, so he and a friend made a couple one was called Pierre the French Rat and they were hired.
- A new study finds truck drivers are much more likely to get into trouble on the road while text-messaging.
- It was all very secretive and tough to get into, which, looking back, was a brilliant strategy to lure suckers.