entrar en
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entrar en(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to pass inside)
a. to come into
El profesor entró en la clase y dijo, "¡Buenos días, niños!"The teacher came into the classroom and said, "Good morning, children!"
b. to go into
Se puso a llover y todos entraron en la casa.It started to rain and everyone went into the house.
c. to get inside
Los ladrones rompieron una ventana para entrar en la casa.The burglars broke a window to get inside the house.
d. to enter
El casero no puede entrar en el inmueble sin previo aviso.The landlord can't enter the premises without prior notice.
2. (to be the right size for)
a. to fit in
Todos estos juguetes no entran en la caja.All these toys won't fit in the box.
3. (to become a member of)
a. to join
Jorge Sánchez entró en el Partido Conservador en febrero de 2010.Jorge Sanchez joined the Conservative Party in February 2010.
4. (to be part of)
a. to be included in
El flete no entra en el precio; se paga aparte.The shipping cost is not included in the price. It's paid separately.
5. (to talk about)
a. to get into
No entremos en eso todavía. Hablaremos del dinero más tarde.Let's not get into that just yet. We'll talk about the money later.
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