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in British & World English

Expressing the situation of something that is or appears to be enclosed or surrounded by something else

In British & World English

The chemical element indium

IN British & World English

Indiana (in official postal use)

in-2 British & World English

In; into; towards; within

in-1 British & World English

(Added to adjectives) not

-in1 British & World English

Forming names of organic compounds, pharmaceutical products, proteins, etc.

-in2 British & World English

Denoting a gathering of people having a common purpose, typically as a form of protest

in English Thesaurus

she was hiding in a wardrobe

IN New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Indiana (postal abbreviation)

In New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element indium

into the bargain British & World English

In addition to what has already been mentioned or was expected

behalf British & World English

In the interests of a person, group, or principle

between times British & World English

In the intervals between other actions

get the bit between one's teeth British & World English

Begin to tackle a problem or task in a determined or independent way

bound up with British & World English

Closely connected with or related to

on the cards British & World English

Possible or likely

under the circumstances British & World English

Given the difficult nature of the situation

under no circumstances British & World English

Never, whatever the situation is or might be

at close quarters British & World English

Very or uncomfortably close to someone or something

for a coon's age British & World English

For a very long time

dip one's toe into British & World English

Put one’s toe briefly in (water), typically to check the temperature

so far as British & World English

To the extent that

after the fashion of British & World English

In a manner similar to

on heat British & World English

(Of a female mammal) in the receptive period of the sexual cycle; in oestrus

indium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 49, a soft silvery-white metal occurring naturally in association with zinc and some other metals

In in indium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 49, a soft silvery-white metal occurring naturally in association with zinc and some other metals

get the knife into someone British & World English

Be malicious or vindictive towards someone

at law British & World English

According to or concerned with the laws of a country

by leaps and bounds British & World English

With startlingly rapid progress

pack up British & World English

(Of a machine) break down

at a pinch British & World English

If absolutely necessary

within reach British & World English

Inside the distance to which someone can stretch out their hand

with reference to British & World English

In relation to; as regards

with regard to British & World English

As concerns; in respect of

full rig British & World English

(Wearing) smart or ceremonial clothes

rule something out British & World English

Exclude (or include) something as a possibility

stop by British & World English

Call briefly and informally as a visitor

be up on British & World English

Be well informed about


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