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    • Resolution: Fixed
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      endinsar:

      • to go deep
      • to insert, to put in

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        Jaume Ortolà i Font added a comment -

        "endinsar-se" és més habitual que endinsar.

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        Jaume Ortolà i Font added a comment - "endinsar-se" és més habitual que endinsar.
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        Linda Oxnard added a comment -

        Can anybody think of another equivalent for 'to go deep'? I know what Margarita means but somehow it doesn't sound right (particularly on its own and out of context). I cannot for the life of me think of a good alternative. Whereas 'to go deep into' works well enough in the example provided by the GDLC 'Ens vam endinsar en un bosc' - 'We went deep into a wood / forest', it doesn't seem to work so well for other examples of 'endinsar-se' that I found with Google.

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        Linda Oxnard added a comment - Can anybody think of another equivalent for 'to go deep'? I know what Margarita means but somehow it doesn't sound right (particularly on its own and out of context). I cannot for the life of me think of a good alternative. Whereas 'to go deep into' works well enough in the example provided by the GDLC 'Ens vam endinsar en un bosc' - 'We went deep into a wood / forest', it doesn't seem to work so well for other examples of 'endinsar-se' that I found with Google.
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        Gill Martin added a comment -

        This is an interesting one. Endinsar-se dins (un bosc) is to go deep into, but there are lots of examples of endinsar-se en alguna cosa.

        This seems to mean to get really involved in something, to become absorbed in some subject, to go into something in depth.

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        Gill Martin added a comment - This is an interesting one. Endinsar-se dins (un bosc) is to go deep into, but there are lots of examples of endinsar-se en alguna cosa. This seems to mean to get really involved in something, to become absorbed in some subject, to go into something in depth.

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          • Assignee:
            Linda Oxnard
            Reporter:
            Margarita Castañón
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