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join in

To start participating in something; to join. Come on, Davey, join in the fun. Just because the other kids were making fun of him doesn't mean you should have joined in.
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join in (with something)

to participate in doing something. The older boys joined in with the singing. I'm glad they joined in. We needed basses.
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join in

v.
To take part in something; participate in something: The tenors started singing, and then the sopranos joined in. The adults joined in the celebration.
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Players have been moving around the new Guinness PRO14, they've been leaving and they've been joining in a fairly hectic few months for many.
However, season two will have Sumie Kinoshita as the new chief animation director while Yuka Itou will be joining in as a color key artist.
The numbers increased daily, with 120 students joining in by the fourth night.
It also creates a simpler system for those Member States not joining in this round - the "pre-ins", for whom an exchange rate will still exist between the Euro and the national currencies.
But Hayden's real reason for joining INS (the mysterious death of an agent thirteen years earlier) remains a closely guarded secret, even as he reluctantly begins a discreet inquiry to uncover the truth.