— phrasal verb with get uk /ɡet/ us /ɡet/ verb present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US usually gotten
- The doors and windows had been bricked up to prevent squatters from getting in.
- He banged his head on the car as he was getting in.
- We barred the door to stop anyone getting into the room.
- They've put barriers up to stop people (from) getting in.
- The minibus has a lift to help wheelchair users to get in.
- The train from Birmingham got in 20 minutes late.
- What time does the next flight get in?
- I check my email as soon as I get in.
- Try not to make too much noise when you get in.
- I'll have your dinner ready for you when you get in.