Empty in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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empty into something
[for a river, stream, or man-made conduit] to pour its contents into something. The Amazon River empties into the Atlantic Ocean. The drainage pipe empties into the river.
empty something into something and empty something in
to pour something into something else. Now, empty the can of soup into the pan. Open the can and empty in the contents.
References in classic literature
He found a hidden crevice among the stones through which it had escaped to the adjoining and larger pool - a pool which he could not empty in
a night and a day.
Family homes are standing empty in some of Tyneside's most popular residential neighbourhoods after students moved out.
There is a shortage of family housing in Newcastle but a council survey reveals that at least 113 private properties are standing empty in Heaton and Jesmond and there could be more.