Synonyms of in in English:



  • 1 she was hiding in the closet
    inside, within, in the middle of; surrounded by, enclosed by
  • 2 he was covered in mud
    with, by
  • 3 he put a candy in his mouth
    into, inside
  • 4 they met in 1921
    during, in the course of, over
  • 5 I'll see you in half an hour
    after, at the end of, following; within, in less than, in under
  • adverb

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  • 1 his mom walked in
    inside, indoors, into the room, into the house/building
  • 2 the tide's in
    high, at its highest level, rising
  • adjective

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  • 1 no one is in
    present, (at) home; inside, indoors, in the house/room
  • 2 informal sculpted beards are in
    fashionable, in fashion, in vogue, popular, stylish, modern, modish, chic, à la mode, de rigueur, trendy, cool, all the rage, du jour, with it, the in thing, hip, hot
    [Antonyms] unfashionable unpopular
  • Phrases

    in for

    we're probably in for some raindue forin line forexpectingabout to undergo/receive

    in for it

    when Dad gets home, you're gonna be in for itin troubleabout to be punished informalin hot/deep water

    in on

    we were never in on the whole storyprivy toaware ofacquainted withinformed about/ofapprised of informalwise toin the know abouthip to

    ins and outs

    informal no one expects you to learn all the ins and outs on your first day of workdetailsparticularsfactsfeaturescharacteristicsnuts and bolts informalnitty gritty

    in with

    her principal mission was to get in with as many senior executives as possiblein favor withpopular withfriendly withfriends withon good terms withliked byadmired byaccepted by

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