get in (3)

This page is about the phrasal verb get in (3).

Meaning: to submit or send something like a document, a form or a report

For example:

  • get sth in Make sure you get your application in on time, or you won't get the job.

  • get sth in My son hasn't even started his homework assignment yet, and he has to get it in by Friday.

Quick Quiz:

If you don't get your tax return in on time, you

a. should stop worrying about it

b. could go to jail

c. won't have to pay tax

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