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Definition: to deceive or trick someone.
(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning.)
E.g.1: Why do leaders believe that people will be taken in by their lies and misinformation?
E.g.2: I didn’t realise he had taken me in until after I had given him the money.
This phrasal verb can be separated, but is usually passive.

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