get in

get in  {v. phr.}
1. To be admitted.
Andy wants to go to medical school but his grades aren't good enough for him to get in.
2. To arrive.
What time does the plane from New York get in?
3. To enter.
"Get in the car, and let's go," Tom said in a hurry.
4. To put in stock; receive.
The store just got in a new shipment of shoes from China.
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