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come in Explained

come in at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

111 Moby Thesaurus words for "come in":
accomplish, accrue, accrue to, achieve, admit, alight, approach,
arrive, arrive at, arrive in, attain, attain to, barge in,
be admitted, be in heat, be received, blow in, bob up, break in,
breeze in, burst in, bust in, check in, clock in, come,
come barging in, come breezing in, come busting in, come down,
come to, come to hand, crash-land, creep in, cross the threshold,
crowd in, descend, desire, ditch, downwind, drop in, edge in,
enter, estruate, fall to one, fetch, fetch up at, find, gain,
gain admittance, get in, get there, get to, go in, go into,
have an entree, have an in, hit, hit town, hop in, ingress, insert,
intrude, irrupt, itch for, jam in, jump in, land, level off, light,
look in, lust, lust after, make, make it, overshoot, pack in,
pancake, penetrate, pop in, pop up, press in, pull in, punch in,
push in, put in, reach, rejoin, reply, respond, retort, return,
ring in, roll in, rut, set foot in, settle down, show up, sign in,
slip in, squeeze in, step in, take in, talk down, thrust in,
time in, touch down, turn up, upwind, visit, wedge in, work in

come in at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

come in
v 1: to come or go into; "the boat entered an area of shallow
marshes" [syn: {enter}, {get into}, {get in}, {go into},
{go in}, {move into}] [ant: {exit}]
2: be received; "News came in of the massacre in Rwanda" [syn:
3: come into fashion; become fashionable [ant: {go out}]
4: to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever
remarks" [syn: {interject}, {interpose}, {put in}, {throw
in}, {inject}]
5: take a place in a competition; often followed by an ordinal;
"Jerry came in third in the Marathon" [syn: {place}, {come

come in at English (WD) Of Explained:



* Inter: a » UK Inter: IPA » /kʌm ˈɪn/|ˈɪn
  • Inter: a » US Inter: IPA » /kʌm ˈɪn/|ˈɪn


    Inter: en-verb » head=come in|comes in|coming in|came in

  • To enter.
    1. : Please come in and look around.
    2. 1889, Thomas Huxley, in Category: w - :Popular Science|Popular Science Monthly; part of the "Agnosticism controversy", Category: s:Popular Science Monthly/Volume 35/June 1889/Agnosticism - : A Rejoinder|Agnosticism: A Rejoinder
    3. :As I have shown, "infidel" merely means somebody who does not believe what you believe yourself, and therefore Dr. Wace has a perfect right to call, say, my old Egyptian donkey-driver, Nooleh, and myself, infidels, just as Nooleh and I have a right to call him an infidel. The ludicrous aspect of the thing comes in only when either of us demands that the two others should so label themselves.
    4. Inter: idiomati » c Of a broadcast, such as radio or television, to have a strong enough signal to be able to be received well.
    5. : Most of the neighbors get 14 channels, but only two of them come in well here.
    6. Inter: musi » c To join or enter; to begin playing with a group.
    7. : They started together, but the drummer came in late.


      Inter: trans-see » enter

      See also

      * go in


      * income

    Category: Category:English phrasal verbs -
    Category: Category:English phrasal verbs with particle (in) -
    Translation: et » come in
    Translation: kn » come in
    Translation: lt » come in
    Translation: hu » come in
    Translation: my » come in
    Translation: pl » come in
    Translation: tr » come in