stay in meaning

  "stay in" in a sentence
stay in to remain at home, especially in the evening:
Sarah hadn't been out for a long time, preferring to stay in and look after Bradley.
SIMILAR TO: stop in
OPPOSITE: go out

[American slang]
to remain inside a place or thing; to stay indoors.
  Please stay in the house. It's too cold to go outside.
  You should stay in when it's this cold.
  • stay:    Verb: stay &n ...
  • stay at:    Verb: stay atResid ...
  • stay on:    Verb: stay onConti ...


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  1. he tends not to stay in one place for very long.
  2. we were packed off to stay in the country.
  3. the doctor advised me to stay in for a few days.
  4. unlike me, my husband likes to stay in bed.
  5. the anchor did not stay in its place on the sea bottom.

Related Words

  1. stay by so or sth meaning
  2. stay clear of so or sth meaning
  3. stay down meaning
  4. stay for sth meaning
  5. stay fresh meaning
  6. stay in limbo meaning
  7. stay in place meaning
  8. stay in the back of so's mind meaning
  9. stay in the boonies meaning
  10. stay in the dark meaning
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