come into question—
1. become an issue for further consideration or discussion:
- His credibility has to come into question if he is going to make statements like the above.
2. become of practical importance:
- The succession of masters was too rapid to allow a change of language to come into question among the people.
go into the question—consider the question thoroughly and in detail:
- A happy person has no time for philosophy. He will not go into the question of good and bad.