|part of speech:
||to provide a temporary or permanent place in one's home to.
My aunt took me in when I arrived penniless at her door.
||to absorb or comprehend.
She could hardly take in all the sights and sounds of Bombay.She was shocked at her husband's sudden death and simply couldn't take it in.
||to fool or deceive; trick.
He was taken in by that con artist.