clock in

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clock in

  1. To begin working time, especially by punching in.
    We clocked in at 7:30, but didn't actually do any work until at least 8.
  2. (idiomatic) To be measured at.
    Big Joe clocks in at 384 pounds, far outweighing his opponent.

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