[in-goh-ing] /ˈɪnˌgoʊ ɪŋ/
coming or going in; entering
(often pl) (English law) the sum paid by a new tenant for fixtures left behind by the outgoing tenant
(Scot) another word for ingo
also in-going, 1825, from in + going.
[ing-guh l-shtaht] /ˈɪŋ gəlˌʃtɑt/ noun 1. a city in Bavaria,SE Germany, on the Danube River. /German ˈɪŋɡɔlʃtat/ noun 1. a city in S central Germany, in Bavaria on the River Danube: oil-refining. Pop: 119 528 (2003 est)
- In good condition
Also, in good shape . See in condition
- In good hands
In competent or safe care. For example, I know the children are in good hands when they visit my mother. The term good hand has been used in the sense of “skill” or “ability” since the late 1300s.
- In good spirits
Also, in high spirits. Happy, cheerful, as in Jane was in good spirits today. [ Early 1700s ] However, high spirits also can indicate liveliness and vivacity, as in The children were in high spirits at the prospect of a trip to the circus.