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3 ENTRIES FOUND:

run in

verb

Definition of RUN IN

transitive verb
1
a :  to insert as additional matter
b :  to make (typeset matter) continuous without a paragraph or other break
2
:  to arrest for a usually minor offense
3
chiefly British :  to break in (a new machine) gradually by careful operation
intransitive verb
:  to pay a casual visit

Examples of RUN IN

  1. <I just thought I'd run in and pick up my package.>
  2. <if we catch you shoplifting again, we're going to run you in>

First Known Use of RUN IN

1817

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