Phrasal Verb: pencil in

To pencil in something or somebody (or pencil something or somebody in) means to make a provisional appointment for something to happen (for example, a meeting), with the understanding that the arrangement or time or date might be changed later.

Example of use:
I’ll pencil our meeting in for the 4th February at 10am, but if you need to change it, let me know.

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