Will you agree that the phrases below have only two meanings in common:
ENTER INTO SOMETHING
enter into something – 1. come into smth.; penetrate smth.: The bullet entered into his head at a specific distance that was longer than his arms, so he couldn't have shot himself.
2. become a member of smth.; join an institution: When I entered into college, it was with the idea to have a career in medicine.
3. participate in smth.; be a party to a contract, conversation, etc.: The Labor Government refused to enter into negotiations.
4. deal with smth.; consider smth. thoroughly: enter into details; enter into someone's feelings.
5. be an important consideration or factor in smth.: Money doesn't enter into it at all.
enter something- 1. = enter into something 1: Where did the bullet enter the body?
2. enter into something 2: enter a college; enter a profession.