Adverb: in in
Preposition: in in
- To or toward the inside of
"smash in the door"; "come in";
- inwards, inward
Noun: in in
- Located in; surrounded by
"we're in the car"; "a town in Wales"
- Part of; a member of
"she's in the shortlist"; "only one in four passed";
- At or after a particular a period of time
"come back in a week"; "in March"
- Internal to, not outside; located in the bounds of
"in the house";
- within, inside
- Using or involving, having as an attribute
"covered in water"; "painted in blue"
- Pertaining or relating to; on the subject of; involved with
"the maid helped in cleaning the house"
- By virtue of; by means of
"In doing that, they are also taking away the choice"
- Involved with or working for
"he's in the software business"
Adjective: in in
- A unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot
- Holding office
"the in party"
- Directed or bound inward
"took the in bus"; "the in basket"
- Currently fashionable
"large shoulder pads are in"; "the in thing to do"
- A state in midwestern United States
- Indiana, Hoosier State
Prefix: in- in
- A rare soft silvery metallic element; occurs in small quantities in sphalerite
- indium, atomic number 49
- Not (il- is used before an l, im- before a b, m or p, ir- before an r)
- il-, im-, ir-, un-
- In, into, towards, within (il- is used before an l, im- before a b, m or p, ir- before an r)
- il-, im-, ir-
Sounds like: imminency, immane, in
Derived forms: ins, Ins
See also: fashionable, happening, incoming, stylish, successful
Type of: American state, linear measure, linear unit, metal, metallic element
Part of: America, blende, Corn Belt, foot, ft, middle west, Midwest, midwestern United States, sphalerite, the States, U.S., U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, zinc blende
Encyclopedia: In, Out, Through IN