How to Conjugate Go In
- Infinitive: Go In
- Present Tense: Go In/ Goes In
- -ing Form: Going In
- Past Tense: Went In
- Past Participle: Gone In
Definitions of Go In:
1. To enter a place, building, room, etc.
Examples: The firemen had to go in the burning building to rescue the civilians.
Minors are not allowed to go in bars and nightclubs.
2. To speak in an aggressive and/or argumentative manner to another person.
Examples: The teacher went in on her student for being disruptive in class.
Why is he going in on her like that?
3. To eat with intensity and at a fast pace.
Examples: Every Thanksgiving my cousins go in on the turkey and greens.
Dang, you’re going in on that ice cream!
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