get in (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb get in (1).

Meaning: to enter a place or a vehicle

For example:

  • get in You'll need a house key. You can't get in without one.

  • get in sth Grandma got in the back seat with the kids, while I got in the driver's seat.

Nouns often used as objects with get in (1): car, taxi, house, apartment, office, tent

Quick Quiz:

I couldn't get in the apartment because

a. I couldn't find it

b. I couldn't afford it

c. I'd forgotten the key

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Contributor: Matt Errey