Idiom of the Day
take in (someone) or take (someone) in
to let someone come in, to admit someone
The farmer took the couple in for the night after their car stopped working.
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Save for some impassioned documentaries, Oliver Stone s output has felt a bit uninspired for a while now. Projects centered on George W. Bush, Wall Street and the drug trade have certainly shown a thorough interest in the issues of the day, but it s all been less revelatory than rote. So here s hoping an examination of Edward Snowden doesn t merely feel of a piece with that trajectory. Also, along with The Walk, the film will surely keep actor Joseph Gordon Levitt in the spotlight all season.