fetch in

fetch in

To retrieve something and bring it inside. A noun or pronoun can be used between "fetch" and "in." Can you please go out to my car and fetch in the rest of the groceries?
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fetch something in

to bring or pull something in. Would you please fetch some more firewood in? Can you fetch in the paper?
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Fetch Media Ltd filed its lawsuit on Tuesday in the same California federal court where Uber had sued Fetch in September, accusing the agency of billing it for nonexistent, nonviewable, or fraudulent ads, and failing to pass back rebates and commissions.
I will devote at least 10 minutes to take my dog for a walk and let her enjoy the smells, or to play her favorite game, such as fetch in the yard.