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  • 41 get-go — n from the get go AmE informal from the beginning ▪ From the get go, I knew these tapes were special …

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  • 42 get-go — get ,go noun AMERICAN INFORMAL from the get go from the very beginning: They disliked each other from the get go …

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  • 43 get-up — get ups N COUNT (disapproval) If you refer to a set of clothes as a get up, you think that they are unusual or ridiculous. [INFORMAL] Naturally he couldn t work in this get up …

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  • 44 get up — get out of bed, get to one s feet I decided to get up early today so that I would be able to go fishing with my friend …

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  • 45 get at — [v1] attain access, achieve, acquire, arrive, ascertain, gain access, get hold of, reach; concept 120 Ant. lose, miss, pass get at [v2] mean, intend aim, hint, imply, lead up to, purpose, suggest; concept 75 …

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  • 46 get by — [v] manage, survive contrive, cope, do, do well enough, exist, fare, flourish, get along, get on, make ends meet*, make out, muddle through*, prosper, shift, subsist, succeed, thrive; concept 117 …

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  • 47 get in — [v] infiltrate; find a way in alight, appear, arrive, blow in*, come, embark, enter, gain ingress, get inside, include, insert, interpose, land, mount, penetrate, reach, show, show up, turn up; concept 159 Ant. get out …

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  • 48 get-go — [get′gō΄] n. Informal earliest stage; beginning; start: used mainly in the phrase from the get go …

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  • 49 get on at — ˌget ˈon at [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they get on at he/she/it gets on at present participle getting on at past tense …

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  • 50 Get — (j[e^]t), n. Jet, the mineral. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 51 get — (g[e^]t), n.; pl. {gittin} or {gitim}. A divorce granted by a Rabbi in accordance with Jewish law; also, the document attesting to the divorce. RHUD [PJC] …

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  • 52 get-up — /get up /, n. 1. getup. 2. get up and go. * * * …

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  • 53 get up — “rise,” mid 14c. As a noun, equipment or costume, from 1847; also get up, getup. Meaning initiative, energy recorded from 1841 …

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  • 54 get\ on — • get on(to) v informal 1. To speak to (someone) roughly about something he did wrong; blame; scold. Mrs. Thompson got on the girls for not keeping their rooms clean. The fans got on the new shortstop after he made several errors. Syn.: jump on 2 …

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  • 55 get — (someone s)/the drift informal, informal to understand what someone is saying. Can you explain that again? I don t quite get your drift. I didn t understand everything he was saying but I think I caught the drift …

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  • 56 get-go — get′ go n. sts sl. the very beginning: from the get go[/ex] • Etymology: 1965–70, amer …

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  • 57 get up — [v] mount; get out of bed arise, ascend, awake, awaken, climb, increase, move up, pile out*, rise, rise and shine*, roll out, scale, spring out, stand, turn out, uprise, upspring; concept 154 …

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  • 58 get at — ► get at 1) reach or gain access to. 2) informal imply. 3) Brit. informal criticize subtly and repeatedly. Main Entry: ↑get …

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  • 59 get by — ► get by manage with difficulty to live or accomplish something. Main Entry: ↑get …

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  • 60 get on — ► get on 1) manage or make progress with a task. 2) chiefly Brit. have a friendly relationship. 3) (be getting on) informal be old or comparatively old. Main Entry: ↑get …

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