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weather in

v.
1. To cause something to be inoperable, inaccessible, or unable to move safely due to adverse weather: This storm will weather the fleet in. The storm could weather in the climbers for days. The squadron is weathered in because of dense fog.
2. To cause something to remain inside due to adverse weather: A northeaster weathered us in for most of our vacation. Bring a book to read in case we get weathered in.
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