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    go in to work

    after hours
    after normal working or opening hours, typically those of bars and nightclubs [as ]
    she was going in to work after hours
    : to work at odd jobs especially those requiring little training or skill
    gone in to work in town, odd-jobbing Paul Annixter

    Tell me please what go in to work means. Why not go to work ?


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    Re: go in to work

    There's not much difference. Somebody who works in the same building every day might say either.

    A self-employed plumber with no regular place of employment would say 'I'm going to work'.

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