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English definition of “get in”

get in

verb uk phrasal verb with get   /ɡet/ (present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US gotten) us  

(ENTER)

B1 to succeed in entering a place, especially by using force or a trick: They must have got in through the bathroom window.

(ARRIVE)

B1 to arrive at your home or the place where you work: What time did you get in last night? B1 If a train or other vehicle gets in at a particular time, that is when it arrives: What time is the plane expected to get in?
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