run in (somewhere)
to make a brief visit or stop somewhere
I ran in to see my sister at her office before I left for the weekend.
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  • run into (someone)
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    Confidence in, not to

    Don't Say:
    I have great confidence to you.

    I have great confidence in you.

    In confidence: Let me Tell you something in confidence (= a secret)
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