Idiom: get in
Idiom: get in
- to arrive somewhere
- to gain admission to something (e.g., place, academic institution, club, organization)
- to use someone's influence to gain admission to something
- I’d like to take the train that gets in at 3: 50 PM on Wednesday.
- The director will be getting in at 4:00 PM so make sure the report is finished by then.
- What time does your bus get in?
- The red eye gets in New York at 7:30 am and I'll head to work straight from the airport.
- When I saw the thick envelopes from Yale and Harvard I started screaming because I knew I must have gotten in.
- I was so excited to get in Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority but now I hate it.
- We stood in line for three hours last night but still didn't get in the club. I guess we weren't pretty enough because lots of other girls who were standing behind us were able to get in.
- My son is moving to Washington, DC next month and they want to join Congressional Country Club. Do you think you could help them get in?
- The only way you're going to get in is if a current member puts your name on the VIP list.
- set foot in
- gain admission
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