To wait in is to stay at home because you are expecting someone or something to arrive, or because you are waiting for someone to telephone you.
Mainly UK English.
Examples of use:
1. I’m waiting in for my parcel.
2. He waited in all day but the electrician didn’t turn up.
3. I can’t come out tomorrow morning. I have to wait in for my new laptop to be delivered.
4. You should have told us you weren’t coming. We waited in all day for you!
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Can you use this phrasal verb in a sentence?
Have you waited in for something that did not arrive?
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