count (someone) in


: to plan to include (someone) in an activity : to consider (someone) as one of the people who will be doing something
"Do you want to go to the beach with us?" "Yes! Count me in!"

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“Count (someone) in.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 27 Sep. 2023.

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