V into n
II.4 The 'enter' group
These verbs indicate that someone becomes involved in something.
blunder break diversify enter get go hook intrude plunge rush settle tumble venture wade walk
Always seek professional legal advice before entering into any agreement.
I'd like to get into management.
If I had unwisely intruded into his affairs, he would surely understand that my intentions had been good.
It's a difficult situation and I have to think things over very carefully. I'm not rushing into anything.
In the case of rush, the preposition into is sometimes followed by an '-ing' form. In this pattern, the verbs are in phase.
Don't rush into buying any watering equipment. Take time to work out which is the best for you that you can afford.