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English definition of “join in (sth)”

join in (sth)

verb uk phrasal verb with join   /dʒɔɪn/ us  
B1 to become involved in an activity with other people: We only need one more player for this game - can you persuade your sister to join in? At the end of this verse, we'd like everyone to join in with the chorus.
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