get into (something)

To "get into" something means to become interested in it. For example, if you recently started reading books about history, you can say:

I've been getting into history lately.

If you think that someone will like a video game that you're recommending for them, you can say:

I think you'll get into it.

You can also say that you "are into" something, which means that it's an interest or hobby of yours:

I've always been into martial arts.

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