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English definition of “clue someone in”

clue someone in

 /ˈkluˈɪn/ infml phrasal verb with clue verb
to give someone information that is necessary or new: He should clue everyone in on his plans and explain how they might be carried out.
(Definition of clue someone in from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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