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    something get in

    "The train got in at nine o'clock" What does this sentence mean? Does it mean the train arrived at 9 o'clock?
    As I know "somebody get in" is possible. But I don't know if "something gets in" is possible.
    Please explain what does it mean indeed.

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    Re: something get in

    Quote Originally Posted by UM Chakma View Post
    "The train got in at nine o'clock" What does this sentence mean? Does it mean the train arrived at 9 o'clock?
    As I know "somebody get in" is possible. But I don't know if "something gets in" is possible.
    Please explain what does it mean indeed.
    It means it arrived at the station at nine o'clock.

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    Re: something get in

    Thanks Sir.

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