file in(to) (something)

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file in(to) (something)

To move or process into a place or thing in a line. After being scolded, the kids filed silently into their classroom. Quick, file in before the show starts!
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file in(to) (something)

[for a line of people] to move into something or some place. The people filed into the hall quietly. Everyone filed in quietly.
See also: file
References in classic literature ?
"You can dry your clothes here, lads, and get some hot coffee," Charley announced, as they filed in.
A petition was filed in LHC to stop PAT Chief Tahir-ul-Qadri from arranging sit-ins at Mall Road at which Justice Mamoon-ur-Rasheed ruled that no one will be allowed to protest on Mall Road.
Consistent with the Second District's absolute privilege doctrine as to insurer claims filed in first-party coverage actions, in Nationwide Insurance Co.
As background, the underlying suit in this case was filed in 1985 and involved more than 1,600 individuals.
New York activists restrained political policing with a groundbreaking class action lawsuit, filed in 1971 by the Black Panthers and members of Students for a Democratic Society, which charged the New York Police Department with unlawfully conducting surveillance and other investigations against them.
In a response to the Handschu suit filed in the early 1970s, then Police Commissioner Patrick Murphy noted that people did not have to be criminals; mere expression of discontent was enough to draw attention.
The genesis of the operation was in Salt Lake City, where a beefed-up security in preparation for the 2002 Winter Olympics led to the firing of more than 200 airport workers and 69 indictments similar to those filed in Chicago.
A recent article in the New Jersey Law Journal indicated a significant drop in the number of medical liability cases filed in New Jersey, said Jerry Goldstein, a plaintiffs malpractice attorney for more than 10 years.
Shortly after the lawsuit was filed in March 1997, Allstate paid the full policy limits for damage to the property.