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Meanings of In-abeyance:

collocation

Not happening or not being used at present

Usage examples:

Hostilities between the two groups have been in abeyance since last june., his normal cheerfulness …

Meanings of In-abundance:

collocation

If something exists in abundance, there is more than enough of it or an extremely large amount of it

Usage examples:

There was food in abundance., this team has talent in abundance., water is one of the few resources…

Meanings of In-accord:

collocation

Following or obeying something such as a policy, rule, or wish

Usage examples:

She has acted in accord with union policy., he was a noble man who lived in accord with the highest…

In-accordance-with

əˈkɔː.dəns

Meanings of In-accordance-with:

noun

If you do something in accordance with a rule, you follow or obey it

Usage examples:

In accordance with school rules, the teacher asked him to remove his hat when inside the building.

Meanings of In-action:

phrase

A soldier or other member of the armed forces who is missing in action cannot be found after a battle or other military action, so it is not possible to say if they are dead or alive.

Usage examples:

He was reported missing in action., the ceremony honoured those who were missing in action., a form…

Meanings of In-actual-fact:

phrase

Really

Usage examples:

I thought she was portuguese, but in actual fact she's brazilian., i realized that in actual fact t…

Meanings of In-addition-to:

phrase

As well (as)

Usage examples:

In addition to his apartment in manhattan, he has a villa in italy and a castle in scotland., all e…

Meanings of In-advance:

idiom

Before something happens

Usage examples:

If you’re coming to the party, please let me know in advance.

Meanings of In-advance-of:

idiom

Before something or someone

Usage examples:

She arrived in advance of everyone else., is it possible to buy tickets in advance of the show?

Meanings of In-all-but-name:

idiom

Existing as a fact but not officially described that way

Usage examples:

She is vice-president in all but name.

Meanings of In-all-likelihood:

phrase

Almost certainly

Usage examples:

In all likelihood, everything will go to plan., she was younger than her brother and, in all likeli…

In-alliance

əˈlaɪ.əns

Meanings of In-alliance:

noun

A group of countries, political parties, or people who work together because of shared interests or aims, or the act of forming such a group

Usage examples:

[ c ] switzerland does not belong to any military alliance., [ u ] alliance against our common enem…

Meanings of In-anger:

idiom

If you do something in anger, you do it in a real or important situation as it is intended to be done, rather than just learning or hearing about it

Usage examples:

It's one of the best films about football ever made, and yet you never actually see a ball kicked i…

Meanings of In-anticipation-of:

phrase

In preparation for something happening

Usage examples:

She's even decorated the spare room in anticipation of your visit., the ceo stepped up to the podiu…

Meanings of In-any-case:

idiom

Whatever happens or happened

Usage examples:

You should be able to catch a bus, but in any case you can always take a taxi home.

Meanings of In-any-way:

idiom

In any way at all

Usage examples:

I have never been involved in any way, shape, or form with criminal activities.

Meanings of In-apple-pie-order:

idiom

To be perfectly arranged and tidy

Usage examples:

Their house is always in apple-pie order.

Meanings of In-arrears:

idiom

Owing money that should have been paid already

Usage examples:

My account is badly in arrears., they are in arrears on their mortgage payments., i'm paid a week i…

Meanings of In-attendance:

phrase

Present with someone and helping or taking care of them

Usage examples:

He never goes out without his security men in attendance., she got married with family and close fr…

Meanings of In-back-of:

idiom

Behind

Meanings of In-bad-taste:

idiom

To cause an unpleasant memory

Usage examples:

The way the waitress treated us left a bad taste in my mouth and i never went back.

Meanings of In-balance:

idiom

Spending no more money in a budget (= financial plan) than is taken in during a particular period

Usage examples:

We want to cut the budget to get it in balance by the year 2012.

In-between

ˌɪn.bɪˈtwiːn

Meanings of In-between:

adjective

Having the qualities of two different things

Usage examples:

This suit isn’t gray or blue, it’s in-between.

Meanings of In-bits:

idiom

To be very upset

Usage examples:

He was in bits after her death.

Meanings of In-black:

idiom

Earning more money than you spend

Usage examples:

This year our business is in the black.

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