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In symbol of the chemical element indium.
IN abbreviation of "Indiana," a Midwestern U.S. state between Illinois and Ohio.
in used to indicate inclusion within a space or area. [12 definitions]
in. abbreviation of "inch," or "inches," a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot or 2.54 centimeters.
in-1 in; on; into. [2 definitions]
in-2 not; without.
-ina used to form feminine names, titles, descriptions, and the like. [2 definitions]
inability lack of capacity or means. (See disability.)
in a bind in a bad or difficult situation.
in absentia (Latin) in one's absence.
inaccessible hard or impossible to reach, approach, or attain.
inaccuracy the condition or quality of being inaccurate. [2 definitions]
inaccurate not correct, true, or precise.
inaction lack of action; passiveness or idleness.
inactivate to render inactive or unable to function or spread; halt the activity or operation of.
inactive not moving or operating; inert; quiescent. [3 definitions]
in addition used to indicate that there is something more to be said than what was just said a moment ago.
in addition to combined with; on top of; besides.
inadequacy the condition, fact, or an instance of being inadequate.
inadequate insufficient or below standard.
inadmissible not allowed, as certain kinds of evidence in a legal proceeding.