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get in

verb (mainly adverb)
1.
(intransitive) to enter a car, train, etc
2.
(intransitive) to arrive, esp at one's home or place of work: I got in at midnight
3.
(transitive) to bring in or inside: get the milk in
4.
(transitive) to insert or slip in: he got his suggestion in before anyone else
5.
(transitive) to gather or collect (crops, debts, etc)
6.
(transitive) to ask (a person, esp a specialist) to give a service: shall I get the doctor in?
7.
to be elected or cause to be elected: he got in by 400 votes
8.
(transitive) to succeed in doing (something), esp during a specified period: I doubt if I can get this task in today
9.
(intransitive) to obtain a place at university, college, etc
10.
(foll by on) to join or cause to join (an activity or organization)
11.
get in with, to be or cause to be on friendly terms with (a person)
12.
(preposition) See get into
noun
13.
(theatre) the process of moving into a theatre the scenery, props, and costumes for a production
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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