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clue sb in

US ( UK clue sb up)
verb uk phrasal verb with clue   /kluː/ ( present participle clueing, past tense and past participle clued) us  
to give someone information that is necessary or new: He'd been out of the country for weeks, so I clued him in on all that's been happening.
Translations of “clue sb in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 給(某人)提供線索, 使(某人)瞭解…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给(某人)提供线索, 使(某人)了解…
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