Значение идиомы ring in

[ring in] {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To bring in from the outside dishonestly or without telling; often:hire and introduce under a false name.

Bob offered to ring him inon the party by pretending he was a cousin from out of town.

Nowonder their team beat us; they rang in a professional to pitch forthem under the name of Dan Smith.

2. To ring a special clock thatrecords the time you work.

We have to ring in at the shop beforeeight o’clock in the morning.

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