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1. Get around to To find the time or occasion for.

2. Get away with To escape the consequences of (a blameworthy act, for example): got away with cheating.

3. Get back at To take revenge on.

4. Get cracking To begin to work; get started.

5. Get even To obtain revenge.

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1. Chiefly British Slang A foolish or contemptible person.

2. Progeny; offspring.

3. Sports A return, as in tennis, on a shot that seems impossible to reach.

4. The act of begetting.

5. something begotten.

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1. Get about To be out of bed and beginning to walk again, as after an illness.

2. Get across To be convincing or understandable: How can I get across to the students?.

3. Get across To make understandable or clear: tried to get my point across.

4. Get after To urge or scold: You should get after them to mow the lawn.

5. Get along To advance, especially in years.

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1. To gain possession of.

2. To receive as a return .

3. To obtain by concession or entreaty .

4. To become affected by (a disease or bodily condition) .

5. To seek out and obtain .

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1. Informal To depart immediately: yelled at the dog to get.

2. To be able or permitted: never got to see Europe; finally got to work at home.

3. To be successful in becoming: get free of a drug problem.

4. To be successful in coming or going: When will we get to Dallas?.

5. To become drawn in, entangled, or involved: got into debt; get into a hassle.

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He didn't want to go and he had made no effort to get along with his father.0 | 0 |
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