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Definition of get in phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

get in

 phrasal verb
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Phrasal Verbs

    get in

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    get into something

     
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  1. 1  to arrive at a place The train got in late. What time do you get into Heathrow?
  2. 2  to win an election The Republican candidate stands a good chance of getting in. She first got into Parliament (= became an MP) in 2005.
  3. 3  to be admitted to a school, university, etc. She's got into Durham to study law.
to call somebody to your house to do a job
  1. 1to collect or gather something to get the crops/harvest in
  2. 2to buy a supply of something Remember to get in some beers for this evening.
  3. 3to manage to do or say something I got in an hour's work while the baby was asleep. She talks so much it's impossible to get a word in.
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