||accused, arrested, punished
||If you steal, you'll be in trouble. You'll be arrested.
|in tune (music)
||at the correct pitch, not sharp or flat
||It was an excellent concert. Even the children sang in tune.
||believing the same, on the same wavelength
||He's in tune with our religious beliefs. He believes in God.
|in two shakes (of a lamb's tail)
||very soon, in a couple of seconds, in a sec
||I'll be with you in two shakes. I just have to turn off the lights.
||written and signed, in black and white
||The company guarantees this pen for life. I have it in writing.
|in your bad books
||one of the people you do not like
||If I don't agree with you, I'll be in your bad books, right?
|in your corner
||hoping you will win, on your side
||Hey, man, I'm in your corner. I'll help you get your diploma.
|in your face
||placed in front of you, right in front of you
||Every time I turn on the TV, that ad is in my face. I'm sick of it.
|in your hair
||bothering you, bugging you
||If you have too many kids in a class, they get in your hair.
|in your mind's eye
||in a picture in your mind, in your memory
||In my mind's eye, I can see her face - clearer than a photo.