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Translation of "in" - English-Turkish dictionary

in

adverb     /ɪn/
INTO A SPACE A2 into an area or space from the outside of it içeri, içeri doğru He rushed in halfway through the meeting. Annie opened the car door and threw her luggage in.In and at
AT A PLACE B1 at the place where a person usually lives or works (ev, işyeri vb.) orada, içeride, evde, işte I phoned, but she wasn't in. Could you ask him to ring me when he gets in?In and at
TRAIN/PLANE If a train, plane, etc is in, it has arrived at the place it was going to. (tren, uçak vb.) gelişinde, varışında My train gets in at 17.54.Arriving, entering and invading
SENT B2 given or sent to someone official in order to be read (gönderme) varmayı, ulaşmayı bildirmede Applications must be in by 28th February.Delivering and despatching
TOWARDS LAND used when the sea or a ship moves close to land (deniz, gemi vb.) karaya doğru gelmesinde kullanılır Let's go - the tide is coming in.Describing movement towards
be in for sth informal If someone is in for a surprise, treat, shock, etc, it will happen to them soon. başına gelecek iş olmak, sonunda muhakkak ... (olacak) olmak, başına ... gelmek If he thinks looking after a baby is easy, he's in for a shock.About to happenCloseness in distance and time
be in on sth informal If you are in on something, you know about it or are involved in it. çorbada tuzu bulunmak, rol almak Were you in on the surprise? Please let me in on (= tell me) the secret.Knowledge and awarenessTaking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
SPORT UK In cricket and similar sports, if a person or team is in, they are taking a turn to play. (kriket vb. sporlarda) sıra elde ederek/sırayı kazanarak CricketGeneral terms used in ball sports
be in for it ( also UK be for it) to be in trouble başı belada olmak, başına gelecek iş olmak Punishing and punishmentsPunishing by causing painHitting and beating
(Definition of in adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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