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a question from OG

rgzx2009rgzx2009 Posts: 5Registered User New Member
edited March 2012 in SAT Preparation
The young fish were very tiny, yet each of them ate many times its own weight in solid food every day.

Answer is "No Error". But how is "in" explained grammatically? Is there anything like "eat in solid food" exiting??? I don't think so...

So, help please, TKS!
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