pile in


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pile in(to something)

to climb in or get in roughly. Okay, kids, pile in! The children piled into the car and slammed the door.
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pile in

v.
1. To enter something or some place in a disorderly mass or group: All six of us piled in the car. The subway doors opened and the passengers piled in.
2. To move some people into something or some place in a disorderly fashion: Pile the kids in the van and let's go. I opened the cellar door and piled the logs in. The truck is full and I don't think we can pile in any more rugs.
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