Bedeutung von “in” im Essential American English Dictionary


preposition us /ɪn/

A1 inside a container or place:

a store in Manhattan.
He put his hand in his pocket.

A1 during a period of time:

We’re going to Italy in April.

A2 needing or using no more time than a particular amount of time:

I finished the job in two weeks.

A2 after a particular amount of time in the future:

Dinner will be ready in ten minutes.

A2 forming a part of something:

I’ve been waiting in this line for a long time.

B1 wearing:

Do you know that man in the gray suit?

B1 experiencing an emotion or condition:

She’s in a good mood this morning.
They are in danger.

B1 arranged in a particular way:

Is this list in alphabetical order?
We all sat down in a circle.

B1 expressed or written in a particular way:

They spoke in Russian the whole time.

(Definition von “in preposition” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)