Last modified on 20 June 2013, at 14:08

get in on

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get in on (third-person singular simple present gets in on, present participle getting in on, simple past got in on, past participle gotten in on)

  1. (informal) To gain participation in an activity, especially an attractive one.
    • 1916, The dry goods reporter, volume 47, number 1, page 1: 
      Of course, a lot of them say it is just their luck because they are not good enough grabbers to get in on anything like that.

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