Idiom: get something in
Idiom: get something in (get in something)
- to find the time to do something
- I have to find the time to get a workout in at the gym this afternoon.
- I really have to get in to see the doctor this week so I can come any day, any time.
- Do you think we can get another break-out session in after the afternoon presentation?
- We came early so I was able to get in a massage after I arrived at the hotel.
- We got in some last-minute gift shopping at duty-free before our flight.
- Is there anyway I could get an appointment in with Sultana for a haircut and blow-dry on Saturday morning?
- We can get your party of four in at 5:00 pm when the restaurant opens—otherwise we're fully booked this evening.
- Could I get in one last question, Mr. Chairman?
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