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    #1

    run in

    Why didn't you say you worked for Corleone, Tom? I thought you were just some cheap, two-bit hustler that johnny was running in, trying to bluff me.

    dont "run in" mean arrested? why it is used like that?
    what" run in "mean in here ? i saw it in the godfather!

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    #2

    Re: run in

    run in
    1.
    To insert or include as something extra: ran in an illustration next to the first paragraph.
    3. Slang To take into legal custody.
    run in - definition of run in by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

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    #3

    Re: run in

    Quote Originally Posted by laurinha88 View Post
    Why didn't you say you worked for Corleone, Tom? I thought you were just some cheap, two-bit hustler that jJohnny was running in, trying to bluff me.

    dont Doesn't "run in" mean arrested? wWhy it is is it used like that?
    w What does "run in "mean in here ? i I saw it in "t The g Godfather"!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bennevis View Post
    run in
    1.
    To insert or include as something extra: ran in an illustration next to the first paragraph.
    3. Slang To take into legal custody.
    run in - definition of run in by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
    #3 makes no sense here. #1 is possible.

    It appears to mean brought in, iintroduced, included(?).

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