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to take in / income / revenue / CL: 筆|笔, 個|个
to import / to input
to throw into / to put into / to throw oneself into / to participate in / to invest in / absorbed / engrossed
to sink into / to get caught up in / to land in (a predicament)
to enter / to join / to go into
to become a member / to join / to mix into / to participate in / to add in
  *入* | 入* | *入
to enter / to go into / to join / to become a member of / to confirm or agree with / abbr. for 入聲|入声
to penetrate deeply / thorough
to insert / to stick / to thrust
gross income
to flow into / to drift into / influx / inflow
to insert / to embed
to introduce into / to channel / to lead / to guide into / to import (data)
to bring into / to channel into / to integrate into / to incorporate
change over to / shift to / switch to
to load into / to record / to write into / to enter (data) / to go into (the records) / to go down (in history)
to buy (finance)
to include on a list
to input (computer) / to type
to import / transmitted inwards / afferent
to log in (to a computer) / to enter (data)
to step into / to enter
to take in / to absorb / to consume / intake / consumption
to intrude / to charge in / to gate-crash
to go out and come in / entrance and exit / expenditure and income / discrepancy / inconsistent
access / admittance
to key in / to input
to pour into / to empty into
to implant
to merge into / to incorporate in
to merge into / to incorporate in
to come pouring in / influx
to drop into / to fall into
annual income
to walk into
to bring in / to call in / to transfer (a person, data) / (computing) to call / to load (a subroutine etc)
to move in (to new lodging)
to pass entrance exam / to enter college after a competitive exam
disposable income
(of a car, ship, train etc) to enter
low income
to pull into / to draw in
average income
to permeate
to intervene / to get involved
access to markets
net income / net profit
(idiom) inharmonious / incompatible
to flow into / to converge (of river) / (computing) to import (data)
to make (military) incursions / to invade / to intrude into / to trespass / to gain unauthorized access (computing)
to force entrance into / to score a goal (sport)
to include (in a list etc) / to assign (to a class, a work unit etc)
to submerge / to infiltrate / to steal into
to breathe in / to suck in / to inhale
to assign (to a class) / to classify as / to include
to load
selected (for admission) / elected
to march straight in unchallenged (military) (idiom) / (fig.) to push deep into the heart of sth / to flood in
to soak / to dip
to sneak into
(math.) to round up or down / to round off
to flash / to overwrite the firmware (computing)
to squeeze in / to force oneself into / to cram into / to intrude
keep away! / proceed with caution!
measures of national income and output
to fade in (cinema)
to get straight to the point (idiom)
to deposit (e.g. in a bank account)
lit. impervious to sword or spear (idiom) / fig. invulnerable / untouchable / thick-skinned / impervious to criticism
Do not enter! (road sign)
to key in / to input
intravenous (medicine)
to break the door down and enter (idiom)
fixed income
to progress to (a higher-level school)
to enter by exploiting a weak spot (idiom); to take advantage of a lapse
gross income / gross profit
to walk in in a line
annual revenue / annual income
to discharge into / to secrete into
to put one's heart and soul into
to log on / to log in
to rush into / to break into
to appear before (one's eyes) / to come to (one's mind)
to be unable to get in / to fail to find a proper approach to handling sth
to swarm in (of people etc) (idiom)
(usually of sth intangible) to seep into / to permeate
recessed / concave
Illness enters by the mouth (idiom). Mind what you eat! / fig. A loose tongue may cause a lot of trouble.
(psychology) empathy / to empathize with
to draw into / to pull into / to introduce
to access (a network) / to insert (a plug) into (a socket)
to trespass / to mix / to mingle
to understand / to comprehend the ultimate essence of things (Buddhism)
to be drawn into / to be involved in
to blend into / to integrate / to assimilate / to merge
to cut into / to incise / to penetrate deeply into (a topic, area etc) / cut (offensive moves in basketball)
rent income (esp. from arable land)
to fall into
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