Marry into – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To marry into something (e.g. a family, culture, religion or group) is to become a member of something by marrying someone who already belongs to it.

Examples of use:

1. He married into a very wealthy family.

2. She is marrying into the British royal family.

3. He married into a prominent Chinese family living in Hong Kong.

4. She’s marrying into the military.

5. His ambition is to marry into a very wealthy family.

infinitive
marry into
present simple
marry into and marries into
-ing form
marrying into
past simple
married into
past participle
married into

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