get in

(or ‘call in’)

Definition: to ask someone (usually an expert) to come and help you.

(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)

E.g.1. I can’t fix it. We need to get a plumber in.

E.g.2. They decided to get a designer in to help them with the new company brochure.

This phrasal verb can be separated.

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