in on the act meaning

  "in on the act" in a sentence
[American slang]
Fig. involved in something with someone else. (Often refers to an unwelcome attempt to join someone's performance. Typically: be ~; get ~; let someone ~.)
  Everybody wants to get in on the act.
  Why are you trying to get in on the act?
  • act:    Noun: act &nb ...
  • act as:    Verb: act asFuncti ...
  • act for:    act for sb if some ...


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  1. institutions in the rest of the eu are getting in on the act
  2. celebrities are getting in on the act too
  3. makers of sausage, a staple food in germany, have also got in on the act
  4. she has made a lot of money from her business and now her family want to get in on the act too
  5. now poets want to get in on the act and send a sample of their works into space

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