Let's assume that we have 2 words: X and into. In dictionary the phrase X+into is accepted as a phrasal verb when it means A. We can also use X with the word into again, but then it literally means something to do with the word X. For example it means B, not A. Do we still count the second one as a phrasal verb or does it have to have the first meaning (A)?
For example, the phrasal verb walk into something means easily getting a job. We can use walk and into together in a sentence but they can mean literally walking, crashing etc. Do we still count the one with the literal meaning as a phrasal verb or does it depend on the meaning as a phrasal verb that is written in the dictionary?