allow (someone or something) in(to)

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allow (someone or something) in(to)

To permit entry. The club allowed me into their meeting. The garage is so crowded that the attendants wouldn't allow my car in.
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allow someone or something into a place

 and allow someone or something in
to permit someone or something to enter some place. Will they allow you in the restaurant without a tie? They won't allow in too many visitors.
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The lawyer "went with him to the door, but after that, he wasn't allowed in." Neither was Khan.
Those with violent behaviors or tendencies are not allowed in the program or are returned to their unit for other options if their behavior becomes unmanageable.
Guebre-Christos criticized the United States' restrictive immigration law of 1996, which allowed INS workers untrained in the asylum process to turn away potentially legitimate asylum seekers at the border.
New technologies allowed INS to grow from a 2.5 Gbps (OC-48) network to a 400 Gbps network without adding additional amplifier sites.