into in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for into in the English»French Dictionary

into [Brit ˈɪntʊ, ˈɪntə, Am ˈɪntu, ˈɪn(t)ə] PREP Into is used after certain nouns and verbs in English ( way into, change into, stray into etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate noun or verb entry ( way, change, stray etc.).
into is used in the structure verb + sb + into + doing ( to bully sb into doing, to fool sb into doing). For translations of these structures see the appropriate verb entry ( bully, fool etc.).
For translations of expressions like get into trouble, go into detail, get into debt etc. you should consult the appropriate noun entry ( trouble, detail, debt etc.).

1. into (indicating change of position, location):

2. into (indicating change of shape, form, value):

See also way, trouble, stray, go into, get into, fool, detail, debt, change, bully

I.way [Brit weɪ, Am weɪ] NOUN

1. way (route, road):

2. way (direction):

3. way (space in front, projected route):

4. way (distance):

5. way (manner of doing something):

6. way (respect, aspect):

7. way (custom, manner):

II.way [Brit weɪ, Am weɪ] ADV

I.trouble [Brit ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Am ˈtrəb(ə)l] Troubles NOUN

1. trouble U (problems):

2. trouble (difficulties):

3. trouble (effort, inconvenience):

4. trouble:

III.trouble [Brit ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Am ˈtrəb(ə)l] Troubles VERB trans

1. trouble (bother) person:

V.trouble [Brit ˈtrʌb(ə)l, Am ˈtrəb(ə)l] Troubles

I.stray [Brit streɪ, Am streɪ] NOUN

III.stray [Brit streɪ, Am streɪ] ADJ

IV.stray [Brit streɪ, Am streɪ] VERB intr

I.go into VERB [Brit ɡəʊ -, Am ɡoʊ -] (go into [sth])

I.get into VERB (get into [sth])

II.get into VERB (get [sb/sth] into)

I.fool [Brit fuːl, Am ful] NOUN

1. fool (silly person):

II.fool [Brit fuːl, Am ful] ADJ attr Am inf

III.fool [Brit fuːl, Am ful] VERB trans