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What does it mean in Chinese? People who are ''into'' computers

What does it mean in Chinese? People who are ''into'' computers :)

For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    To be into something is a slang way of saying you're extremely interested in something.
    I guess you would translate "I'm really into ___" as" 我对___很感兴趣" (literally "I have a lot of interest towards ___"), but that doesn't really have the same casual feel in Chinese.

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    It is just called "着迷“in madarin

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