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"You take me in".
Does it mean "you deceive me"? Sometimes for non-native people, find the correct meaning of some phrasal verbs is very hard.
"I think he was trying to take me in". Does it mean that "I believe he was attempting to deceive me"?
Or, can I just say "You take me in" to blame someone, like "you take me in, you are so mean".
It doesn't mean anything to me. A wider context may help us to understand what is meant. But, no, it is not a common phrase that is understood to mean either "deceive" or "blame."
Phrasal Verb: Take in
Example: She TOOK me IN with her story until someone told me the truth.
- Separable [obligatory]
- International English
"To take someone in" meaning to deceive them is common enough in BrE.