go in go in


  • (v) to come or go into


  1. For those who go in for cosmological conjunctions, it was a perfect week for an apocalypse.
  2. Grand juries aren't always used in criminal probes, but they are the preferred way to go in cases with potential political fallout, if only to lend credibility to the result.
  3. He said, 'I am the officer in charge here, and I must go in.


  • Daischer first female in WVFCA All-Star game

    Dyllanne Deischer didn’t set out to be a pioneer. She wasn’t even sure she was going to be a Miner. She’s also not the kind of person to go into something halfway, however, which is why a suggestion by her eighth-grade science teacher led to her becoming the first female to be an all-Wabash Valley football player and, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the first to be introduced as a member of a Wabash ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Terre Haute Tribune Star

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