English definition of “come in”
come in — Phrasal Verb with come
/kʌm/ verb (past tense came, past participle come)
ENTER › to enter a room or building: Do you want to come in for a cup of tea?
FASHION › If a fashion or a product comes in, it becomes available or becomes popular: Flared trousers came in during the seventies.
BE RECEIVED › If news, information, a report, etc comes in, it is received: News is just coming in about the explosion.
come in first/second, etc › to finish a race or a competition in first/second, etc position
SEA › If the tide (= regular change in the level of the sea) comes in, the sea moves towards the beach or coast.
BE INVOLVED informal › used to describe how someone is involved in a situation, story, or plan: We need people to help clean up, and that's where you come in.