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preposition - Within the limits, bounds, or area of: was hit in the face; born in the spring; a chair in the garden.
preposition - From the outside to a point within; into: threw the letter in the wastebasket.
preposition - To or at a situation or condition of: was split in two; in debt; a woman in love.
preposition - Having the activity, occupation, or function of: a life in politics; the officer in command.
preposition - During the act or process of: tripped in racing for the bus.
preposition - With the arrangement or order of: fabric that fell in luxuriant folds; arranged to purchase the car in equal payments.
preposition - After the style or form of: a poem in iambic pentameter.
preposition - With the characteristic, attribute, or property of: a tall man in an overcoat.
preposition - By means of: paid in cash.
preposition - Made with or through the medium of: a statue in bronze; a note written in German.
preposition - With the aim or purpose of: followed in pursuit.
preposition - With reference to: six inches in depth; has faith in your judgment.
preposition - Used to indicate the second and larger term of a ratio or proportion: saved only one in ten.
adverb - To or toward the inside: opened the door and stepped in.
adverb - To or toward a destination or goal: The mob closed in.
adverb - Sports So as to score, as by crossing home plate in baseball: singled the runner in.
adverb - Within a place, as of business or residence: The manager is in before anyone else.
adverb - So as to be available or under one's control: We can proceed when all the evidence is in.
adverb - So as to include or incorporate: Fold in the egg whites.
adverb - So as to occupy a position of success or favor: campaigned hard and was voted in.
adverb - In a particular relationship: got in bad with their supervisor.
adjective - Located inside; inner.
adjective - Incoming; inward: took the in bus.
adjective - Holding office; having power: the in party.
adjective - Informal Currently fashionable: the in thing to wear this season.
adjective - Informal Concerned with or attuned to the latest fashions: the in crowd. See Synonyms at fashionable.
adjective - Relating to, understandable to, or coming from an exclusive group: an in reference.
noun - One that has position, influence, or power: the ins against the outs.
noun - Informal Influence; power: had an in with the authorities.
idiom - in for Guaranteed to get or have: You're in for a big surprise.
idiom - in on Informed about; participating in: Only one business partner was not in on the illegal scheme.
idiom - in that For the reason that.
abbreviation - inch