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English

Etymology 1

Noun

ins

  1. Plural form of in.

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Etymology 2

Noun

ins

  1. Abbreviation (computing) The insert symbol.

German

Etymology

A contraction of in + das.

Contraction

ins (+ adjective ending with -e + neuter noun)

  1. (in)to the
    Ich bin ins Kino gegangen.
    I went to the cinema.

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