[ d͡ʒˈak ˈɪn], [ dʒˈak ˈɪn], [ dʒ_ˈa_k ˈɪ_n]
Synonyms for Jack in:
n.• give in
- give .
How to use "Jack in" in context?
Jack in is a popular British phrase that means to ask someone to come into the office to take a break. It is usually used when someone is feeling overwhelmed or stressed and needs a break.
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