One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
On friendly terms with.‘the Krays were in with a couple of MPs’
in favour, popular, friendly, friendsView synonyms
- ‘He claimed to be so well in with the prime minister that he and his wife had been invited to Chequers.’
- ‘He mentioned that he was well in with the warder.’
- ‘In his opinion, if you were in with that crowd, then you were too far gone for saving.’
- ‘She was led astray by her desire to be in with the young and to distance herself from old politicians.’
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