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  1. Mehrgan's Avatar
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    #1

    The opposite of 'let sth out'

    Hi all,

    May I know the right verb used when one's dress is loose and they need to ............! (This must be the opposite of 'let it out'.)

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    Re: The opposite of 'let sth out'

    ... take it in.

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