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Meanings of In-truth:

idiom

Actually

Usage examples:

We kept climbing but, in truth, we knew we could not reach the top of the mountain before sunset.

Meanings of In-tune:

phrase

Singing or playing notes that are at the right pitch (= level) or that agree with others being sung or played

Usage examples:

She can't even sing in tune., i don't have a great voice but i can sing in tune., at school, anyone…

Meanings of In-tune-with:

idiom

Having a good understanding of someone or something

Usage examples:

He is more in tune with his players today, because he has asked them for their opinions.

Meanings of In-two:

idiom

Very soon

Usage examples:

I'll be with you in two shakes.

Meanings of In-under:

idiom

To always receive less attention than someone else

Usage examples:

She's always been under her sister's shadow.

Meanings of In-unison:

idiom

Together and at the same time

Usage examples:

The audience rose to its feet in unison, applauding and cheering.

Meanings of In-use:

idiom

Currently being used

Meanings of In-vain:

adjective

Unsuccessful or useless; failing to achieve a purpose

Usage examples:

A vain attempt to avoid responsibility, employers clearly hoped that the workers would stay longer,…

Meanings of In-view-of:

idiom

Because of, or considering something

Usage examples:

In view of the late hour, we’ll have to put off that discussion until our next meeting.

Meanings of In-want:

phrase

To want to start being involved in something

Usage examples:

Want in on i want in on the whole venture before it's too late., he saw it as an up-and-coming mark…

Meanings of In-want-of:

phrase

Needing

Usage examples:

He appeared tired and in want of a shave., the studio was still in want of a big star to fill the m…

Meanings of In-work:

noun

→  work in progress

Meanings of In-writing:

idiom

In the form of a document, printed or written on paper

Usage examples:

We need to have your offer in writing before we can respond to it.

Meanings of In-your-debt:

idiom

Grateful for something someone did for you

Usage examples:

I’m in the senator’s debt for getting my husband a visa.

Inabilities

ˌɪn.əˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Inabilities:

noun

The state of being unable to do something.

Usage examples:

His inability to accept new ideas

Inability

ˌɪn.əˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Inability:

noun

The state of being unable to do something.

Usage examples:

His inability to accept new ideas

Meanings of Inaccessibility:

noun

The fact of being very difficult or impossible to travel to or to reach

Usage examples:

Most of the forests are being cut down, but this region has been protected by its inaccessibility.,…

Inaccessible

ˌɪn.əkˈses.ə.bəl

Meanings of Inaccessible:

adjective

Unable to be reached.

Usage examples:

A remote and inaccessible cave

Inaccuracies

ɪnˈæk.jə.rə.si

Meanings of Inaccuracies:

noun

The quality or state of not being accurate.

Usage examples:

A weapon of notorious inaccuracy

Inaccuracy

ɪnˈæk.jə.rə.si

Meanings of Inaccuracy:

noun

The quality or state of not being accurate.

Usage examples:

A weapon of notorious inaccuracy

Inaccurate

ɪnˈæk.jə.rət

Meanings of Inaccurate:

adjective

Not accurate.

Usage examples:

False or inaccurate descriptions of goods

Inaccurately

ɪnˈæk.jə.rət.li

Meanings of Inaccurately:

adverb

In an incorrect or inexact manner.

Usage examples:

The bank has been fined for inaccurately reporting stock market trades

Inactivate

ɪnˈaktɪveɪt

Meanings of Inactivate:

verb

Make inactive or inoperative.

Usage examples:

Household bleach does not inactivate the virus

Inactivated

ɪnˈaktɪveɪt

Meanings of Inactivated:

adjective

Having been made inactive or inoperative.

Usage examples:

Inactivated polio vaccine
verb

Make inactive or inoperative.

Usage examples:

Household bleach does not inactivate the virus

Inactivates

ɪnˈaktɪveɪt

Meanings of Inactivates:

verb

Make inactive or inoperative.

Usage examples:

Household bleach does not inactivate the virus

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