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"hugs in"=hugs? in the sentence"i'm so excited! i just got into Harvard law! big news! you guys probably wanna get some hugs in . ", what does "hugs in" mean? is it the same as "hugs"? thanks a lot
Jun 3, 2013 3:18 AM
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The sense is similar, but it's a idiom based on the phrase "to get [something] in," as in "I can't get a word in" (I'm not able to speak). The implication is that the subjects have to "work" or strive in some way to get the hugs "in," probably because their friend is so excited. :)
June 3, 2013
callmemissshanghai
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