|into fitness/dancing etc.
||involved in fitness etc., enjoying a hobby
||They're really into fitness. They exercise and jog a lot.
||(See in hock)
|into the sauce
||drinking alcohol, off the wagon
||Uncle has been into the sauce. I can smell liquor on his breath.
|into the tank
||into business failure, into bankruptcy
||Two companies went into the tank because of free trade.
|into thin air
||disappearing like a ghost, vanishing like steam
||When I moved closer, the flying saucer vanished into thin air.
|invite you over
||(See have you over)
||solve, work it out
||She ironed out the problem with the school. Jeff is back in class.
|irons in the fire
||very busy, plate is full
||I can't help with your project. I have too many irons in the fire.
|is that so
||is that true? no kidding
||Every time I tell Mr. Pratt some news, he says, "Is that so?"
|is you is, or is you ain't my baby
||are you my love? I want to know if you love me
||Pearl is singing to Toby: "Is you is, or is you ain't my baby?"