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Definition of "get in" []

  • An exclamation of joy. (interjection)
  • To get into or inside something, literally or figuratively. (verb)
  • To enter a place; to gain access. (verb)
  • To secure membership at a selective school. (verb)
  • To be elected to some office. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "get in" in a sentence
  • "When you look at recent studies on what Americans do get in their diet: Nielsen SJ, Popkin BM."
  • "There were people whose grandparents were buried in the nearest cemetery who were still regarded as “from away,” although that wasn't quite as bad as being branded a “rusticator,” the locals' favorite term of abuse for city folks who came Down East in order to get in touch with country living."
  • "Kaplan told him to get in touch with Puggy Pearson, who might know where Stuey was, and Pearson was, in fact, able to lead Kennedy to Stuey, who was at the Horseshoe but registered under an alias."