cut (someone) in on (something)(redirected from cut you in on)
cut (someone) in on (something)
slang To include one in the profits from something, such as a business venture. They better cut me in on the deal—I came up with the original concept!
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cut someone in (on something)
tv. to permit someone to share something. We can’t cut you in. There’s not enough.
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