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    clocks in

    Hallo!

    Is it correct to use the words clocks in in the following sentence:

    The movie clocks in at two hours and ten minutes.

    Thanks!

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    Re: clocks in

    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan View Post
    Hallo!

    Is it correct to use the words clocks in in the following sentence:

    The movie clocks in at two hours and ten minutes.

    Thanks!
    I've never heard "clocks in" used that way.

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