Definition of 'come in'
Example sentences containing 'come in'
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Then nineteen ninety the socialists out, and right-wing president come in. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)I come in, Susan Tedeschi's lying on the trolley, there's a tag on her wrist. THE EXECUTION (2002)Ellimere looked around with interest, since Sam usually pushed her out whenever she tried to come in. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Translations for 'come in'
British English: come in /kʌm ɪn/ VERB
If information or a report comes in, you receive it.
Reports are now coming in of trouble at the event.
- American English: come in
- Arabic: يَدْخُلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrar
- Chinese: 进来
- Croatian: stizati
- Czech: dorazit přijít
- Danish: komme ind
- Dutch: binnenkomen
- European Spanish: recibir
- Finnish: saapua
- French: entrer
- German: hereinkommen
- Greek: παραλαμβάνω
- Italian: entrare
- Japanese: 入る
- Korean: 받다
- Norwegian: komme inn
- Polish: wejść
- European Portuguese: receber
- Romanian: a sosi
- Russian: поступать приходить
- Spanish: entrar pasar adentro
- Swedish: komma in
- Thai: เข้ามา
- Turkish: girmek içeriye
- Ukrainian: входити
- Vietnamese: đến
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