want in on

phrasal verb

wanted in on; wanting in on; wants in on
: to want to be included in (something)
She wants in on the deal.

Examples of want in on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And of course, businesses want in on the excitement. Rocio Fabbro, Quartz, 2 Apr. 2024 Developers started to want in on the hot action, as the dial turned up in the Bay Area and many workers were subjected to layoffs. Chloe Berger, Fortune, 28 Mar. 2024 But if your wagers pay off during March Madness, Uncle Sam wants in on the game. Michelle Singletary, Washington Post, 20 Mar. 2024 Luckily, the powers that be at the website-building company Squarespace wanted in on all the fun and featured the two in an endearing father-daughter teaser featuring the duo riffing on attempting to make a website. Rob Ledonne, Rolling Stone, 12 Feb. 2024 There's been lots of chatter lately about potentially reviving or rebooting the beloved workplace comedy series The Office — and Bryan Cranston wants in on the action. Dustin Nelson, EW.com, 31 Jan. 2024 There’s no mystery behind why the US wants in on the market. Angela Dewan, CNN, 1 Feb. 2024 Gal and Don want in on the big time and that door opens via Teddy. Randy Myers, The Mercury News, 24 Jan. 2024 Big Pharma wants in on the action, STAT Allakos to drop skin disease drug after mid-stage studies failure, shares slide, Reuters Survey: Confusion over key requirements means clinical trials aren’t registered and results aren’t reported, STAT Pssst. Damian Garde Reprints, STAT, 17 Jan. 2024

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“Want in on.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/want%20in%20on. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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