Definition of in-and-out in English:
1Involving inward and outward movement, especially rapid entrance and exit: smuggling drugs was a quick in-and-out operation
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- The two-storey hospital wing, which houses its own operating theatre with no beds but eight trolleys, is already dealing with up to 16 patients a day on a rapid no overnight stay in-and-out regime.
- Just a little while ago I had a chance to speak with the top U.S. Army commander who is in charge of all of these in-and-out movements from the country.
- Market timing occurs when traders make rapid in-and-out trades in unit trusts to take advantage of pricing inefficiencies.
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