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verb (intr, mainly adverb)
to enter
(preposition) See go into
(of the sun) to become hidden behind a cloud
to be assimilated or graspednothing much goes in if I try to read in the evenings
cricket to begin an innings
go in for
  1. to enter as a competitor or contestant
  2. to adopt as an activity, interest, or guiding principleshe went in for nursing; some men go in for football in a big way
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go in

1

Enter, especially into a building. For example, It's cold out here, so can we go in? [Tenth century a.d.]

2

Be obscured, as in After the sun went in, it got quite chilly. [Late 1800s]

3

go in with. Join others in some venture. For example, He went in with the others to buy her a present. [Late 1800s] Also see the subsequent idioms beginning with go in.

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