|in the least
||in any way, at all
||Oil prices went up, but the price of gas didn't change in the least.
|in the long haul
||after several years, for the long term
||In the long haul, you'll earn more money if you have a degree.
|in the long run
||planning for the future, looking many years ahead
||In the long run, real estate is a good investment.
|in the loop
||on the list of people who receive information, the in-crowd
||I hope you'll keep me in the loop. I want to hear the latest news.
|in the lurch
||facing a problem alone, holding the bag
||True friends won't leave you in the lurch, will they?
|in the making
||Raj is a talented pianist. Is he a Glenn Gould in the making?
|in the meantime
||for now, meanwhile
||Someday I want to own a yacht. In the meantime, I have a canoe.
|in the money
||wealthy, rich, loaded
||If my lottery number is drawn, I'll be in the money.
|in the Monford lane
||driving fast, in the passing lane, pedal to the metal
||We got a rush order, so we was in de Monford lane all de way.
|in the mood
||feeling that you want to do something
||I'm in the mood for pizza. Let's order a large one - loaded!