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See also: workin'
- (transitive) To find time or space for, amid other things.
- It'll be a tight schedule, but we can work you in.
- (transitive) To work out using a machine in between the sets of someone who is already using that machine.
- Is it okay if I work in while you rest?
- Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see work, in.
- Next, you have to work the eggs in the batter.
- He works in cybersecurity.