rope someone in

rope in

To persuade, entice, or enlist someone to do or participate in something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "rope" and "in." I really didn't want to sing in the talent show, but Janet roped me in. I managed to rope in a few friends to help us move out on Saturday.
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rope someone in

verb
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rope someone in

1. tv. to cause someone to get involved in some project. She’s always trying to rope me into her club.
2. Go to take someone in.
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