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"Go in" is an intransitive verb phrase which is often translated as "entrar", and "come in" is a phrase which is often translated as "adelante". Learn more about the difference between "go in" and "come in" below.
go in(
go
 
ihn
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to enter)
a. entrar
It's starting to rain; we'd better go in.Está empezando a llover; mejor que entremos.
2. (to fit)
a. caber en
Nothing else will go in the cart. It's too full.Ya no cabe nada más en el carrito. Está demasiado lleno.
3. (to be installed)
a. ser instalado
We're still waiting for the new toilet to go in so that we can use this bathroom.Todavía estamos esperando que el inodoro nuevo sea instalado para que podamos usar este baño.
b. ser montado
There's a coffee shop going in where that real estate agency was.Será montada una cafetería donde antes había una agencia inmobiliaria.
4. (to go to work)
a. ir a trabajar
My boss called and asked me to go in early today.Mi jefa me llamó para pedirme que fuera a trabajar temprano hoy.
5. (to be understood)
a. entrar en la cabeza
I've been studying organic chemistry for eight hours now; I don't think any more is going in.Llevo ocho horas ya estudiando química orgánica; no creo que me entre más en la cabeza.
6. (to join)
a. ingresar
My father wanted me to go in the army, but I'm a pacifist.Mi padre quería que ingresara en el ejército, pero soy pacifista.
b. entrar
Wes had no idea what a transformative experience it would be when he went in the marines.Wes no tenía ni idea cuán transformadora sería la experiencia cuando entró en los marines.
7. (to enter combat)
a. atacar
The two officers bringing up the rear covered the rest when they went in.Los dos agentes que iban a la retaguardia cubrieron a los demás cuando cuando atacaron.
8. (to enter the goal)
a. entrar
The goalie couldn't believe that the ball had gone in between his legs.El portero no podía creer que el balón hubiera entrado por debajo de sus piernas.
9. (to go to the hospital)
a. ingresar
That cut looks really bad. I think you need to go in to the hospital.Esa cortada tiene mala pinta. Creo que debes ingresar al hospital.
10. (to become obscured) (United Kingdom)
a. ocultarse
The sun suddenly went in, and Zeus appeared on a cloud hurling bolts of thunder.De repente, se ocultó el sol y apareció Zeus sobre una nube, lanzando rayos.
b. esconderse
The night went completely black when the moon went in.Al esconderse la luna, la noche se tornó completamente oscura.
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come in(
kuhm
 
ihn
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to tell someone they can enter)
a. adelante
Do you have a minute, Mr. Lewis? - Yes, of course! Come in!¿Tiene un minuto, Señor Lewis? - ¡Sí, claro! ¡Adelante!
2. (imperative; used to address one person)
a. pasa
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
(informal)
(singular)
Don't just stand at the door! Come in!¡No te quedes ahí en la puerta! ¡Pasa!
b. pase
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(singular)
Hello, Ms. Grover! Come in!¡Hola, Señorita Grover! ¡Pase!
3. (imperative; used to address multiple people)
a. pasen (plural)
Come in! Freddie, your friends are here!¡Pasen! ¡Freddie, tienes a tus amigos aquí!
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
4. (to enter)
a. entrar
Hurry; come in before the rain starts!¡Rápido, entra antes de que empiece a llover!
b. pasar
I'm here to see the doctor. - Come in and have a seat.Vine a ver al médico. - Pasa y toma asiento.
5. (to arrive)
a. llegar
I came in last in the race because I tripped.Llegué último en la carrera porque me tropecé.
6. (related to the tide)
a. subir
The tide came in and our horses didn't want to cross to the other side.Subió la marea y nuestros caballos no querían cruzar al otro lado.
b. crecer
Let's get off the beach before the tide comes in.Salgamos de la playa antes de que crezca la marea.
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