English version

be heavily into something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe heavily into somethingbe heavily into somethinginformalLOT/VERY MUCH to do something a lot or be very interested in it Sid was heavily into drugs by the time he left school. heavily
Examples from the Corpus
be heavily into somethingBecause they were heavily into conformance, not spirit and enthusiasm.By nature the malais were heavily into festivals, and this was a landmark in the history of their presence.The B-cups are heavily into sleaze.
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