“to get into” is literally the Spanish word for “to enter”. The verb, however, can have various meanings depending on the situation. It can mean “to go in” or “to use”, and is just as likely to mean “to go up”, “to go down”, or “to go over” or “to go under”.

The meaning of the verb, “to enter,” is the same in English as in Spanish. It is used to describe a person who makes a decision. In the context of this podcast, we are talking about a person who decides to go up or does something.

So, to go up or go over, to go up or go under, or to go over or go under means to go out or to get out. In English, the verb to go out is generally used to describe an action. To go under is used to describe a state of being. Going under is used to describe a state of not being. Going under and going over are used to describe a state of nothingness.

The common distinction between to go up or go over and to go under or to go over is that there is no distinction between the meanings. “To go up or go over” means “to get out of.” “To go under or to go over” means “to be at rest.” “To go under or to go over” means “to be at rest.

I’ve noticed that the same word is used for both going up and going under, but going up and going under are more general. Go up and go under are used to describe things that happen to you regularly or frequently, like going for a walk or taking a nap. Go up and go under are used to describe things that happen to you only rarely or occasionally, like going to see a movie or going out for a drive.

You can also go under or over by saying “I’m going to go up or under (a place)” or “I’m going to go under.

Going up and going under is a specific way of saying “under”. Going up and going under is a general way of saying “under,” which is why going under is one of the most commonly used words when speaking or writing in English.

Going under is an extreme use of under and it is fairly often used in English to describe “underground” and “underground” is in turn used to describe “underground” in general. Going under is actually a fairly common English word that you’ll hear in a lot of sentences so it is not uncommon to hear people use it a lot.

This is part of the reason why going under is such a useful word and is even used by people who aren’t native English speakers. Going under is almost always used to describe something that is underground and it is used in English to describe underground in general, so it is an incredibly versatile way of saying the same thing. For example, if someone would ask you if you were going to go under, you would likely respond by saying yeah, it is a common way to say it.

Going under can also be used to describe something that is not underground. In this case it is used to describe music, since if you are going to the underground music underground, you can go down into it. There is a reason why this word is used so much. The word itself is from the Spanish word “ingles” which roughly translates to “under”. So goes the explanation.