go in on

idiom

US, informal
: to help pay for (something, such as a present)
We all went in on the gift together.

Examples of go in on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The thought was to go in on passing downs to avoid stuff like that. Rob Reischel, Forbes, 9 June 2022 But Germany won’t go in on supplying Western jets, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday. Sammy Westfall, Washington Post, 17 May 2023 Isaiah Wong gets weird bounce to go in on a 3, and Miami's 7-0 run gives it a 54-50 lead. Scott Horner, The Indianapolis Star, 20 Mar. 2023 Dear Carolyn: My partner and his brother have decided to go in on a new car for their sister, who has been driving around in an unsafe jalopy for a while. Carolyn Hax, Washington Post, 24 Aug. 2020 To sum up, first wagers will go in on Monday, with everyone going full tilt on Wednesday. cleveland, 20 Nov. 2022 Outside of Black Friday, Prime Day is the day to go in on that fancy TV, Bluetooth speaker, Dyson vacuum, noise-canceling headphones, or Kindle e-reader. Malia Griggs, SELF, 12 Oct. 2022 Another idea is to go in on your microstartup with a friend who may be more gifted on the technical side of things than you. Tevin Jackson, Forbes, 12 Aug. 2022 And Hughie doesn't exactly speak up, so Michele and Corey go in on him, pointing out how he's had an easy ride so far. Sydney Bucksbaum, EW.com, 2 Sep. 2021

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“Go in on.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20in%20on. Accessed 25 Jun. 2024.

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