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Today's Idiom = "Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something"






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Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something ( tell one about it, let one know that it happened ... )

"Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something"



Filling you in is telling you what happened when you were not there.

Example: "Who can fill me in on what happened last night?"

Example: "I'll fill you in on it later."





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