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|present participle||coming in|
|past tense||came in|
|past participle||come in|
Reports are coming in of a major air accident.
He’s too ill to come in today.
If your friend wants to come in on the deal, he’ll need to put a lot of money on the table.
I’m looking for people to come in with me on a new restaurant venture.
A big sheet of plastic always comes in handy when you’re camping.
This is the British English definition of come in. View American English definition of come in.