I've just learned that the meaning of "come into" is : be important or relevant.
However I don't get the following sentence:
to come into a person's possession without having been paid for.
Does someone would show me the most commons collocations and respective meanings of "come into" in some sentences?
I've found some examples which I got the meaning:
[come into something] to be an aspect of a situation
The argument was over artistic freedom – money never came into it.
[come into something] if you come into something, it becomes yours when someone dies
He’s just come into some money
come into your own to show how effective or useful you can be
In the wintry conditions the Norwegian team really came into their own.