Idioms: into fitness/dancing etc. -- is you is, or is you ain't my baby

into fitness/dancing etc. involved in fitness etc., enjoying a hobby They're really into fitness. They exercise and jog a lot.
into hock (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)
iron out 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?"
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