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  • 141 get it on — verb have sexual intercourse with This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm Adam knew Eve Were you ever intimate with this man? • Syn: ↑sleep together, ↑roll in the hay, ↑love, ↑make out, ↑ …

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  • 142 GET — Die Bahnstrecke Georgsmarienhütte–Hasbergen verbindet Georgsmarienhütte im Landkreis Osnabrück mit der Bahnstrecke Bremen–Münster. Hauptaufgabe der Strecke ist der Güterverkehr, der Personenverkehr wurde 1978 eingestellt. Es besteht eine… …

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  • 143 Get Ed — Este artículo o sección necesita una revisión de ortografía y gramática. Puedes colaborar editándolo (lee aquí sugerencias para mejorar tu ortografía). Cuando se haya corregido, borra este aviso por favor …

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  • 144 get in — 1. interjection An exclamation of joy. You gained full marks in the exam. Get in! 2. verb a) To get into or inside something, literally or figuratively. Hurry up and get in the car! …

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  • 145 get — 1. noun /ɡɛt,ɡɪt/ a) Offspring. Although get is the original word, the derived word git is more common.<! My opinion, though backed up by …

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  • 146 get by — UK US get by Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► to be able to live or deal with a situation by having very little of something you need, such as money: »It was many years before she was in a financial position… …

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  • 147 get on to sb — UK US get on to/onto sb/sth Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) UK ► to speak or write to a person or organization in order to ask them for help: »I ll tell him to get onto the broker first thing …

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  • 148 get up to — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms get up to : present tense I/you/we/they get up to he/she/it gets up to present participle getting up to past tense got up to past participle got up to spoken get up to something to do something, especially… …

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  • 149 get-gəl — is. Bir yerə çox gedib gəlmə. <Laçın> uzun get gəllərdən usandı. . M. Hüs.. Bu get gəllər bazarına dəvədi dünya. . M. Araz. ◊ Get gələ salmaq – işini qəsdən uzatmaq, yubatmaq, süründürməyə salmaq, işinin dalınca daim gedib gəlməyə məcbur… …

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  • 150 get it up — 1. tv. to get an erection of the penis. (Usually objectionable.) □ He’s so drunk all the time, he can hardly get it up. 2. tv. to get excited about something. □ I just couldn’t get it up about going off to college …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 151 get —    In Scotland and the north of England this is a dialectal word for a child, but it is always used contemptuously. The word is connected with the verb ‘to beget’; the child has been ‘get’, or ‘begotten’. ‘You havering slavering get’ is used by… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 152 get in — {v. phr.} 1. To be admitted. * /Andy wants to go to medical school but his grades aren t good enough for him to get in./ 2. To arrive. * /What time does the plane from New York get in?/ 3. To enter. * / Get in the car, and let s go, Tom said in a …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 153 get to — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To begin by chance; begin to. Used with a verbal noun or an infinitive. * /George meant to save his dollar, but he got to thinking how good an ice cream cone would taste, and he spent it./ * /On a rainy day, Sally got to… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 154 get in — {v. phr.} 1. To be admitted. * /Andy wants to go to medical school but his grades aren t good enough for him to get in./ 2. To arrive. * /What time does the plane from New York get in?/ 3. To enter. * / Get in the car, and let s go, Tom said in a …

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  • 155 get to — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To begin by chance; begin to. Used with a verbal noun or an infinitive. * /George meant to save his dollar, but he got to thinking how good an ice cream cone would taste, and he spent it./ * /On a rainy day, Sally got to… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 156 get-up — getup get up, get up get up, n. 1. General composition or structure; manner in which the parts of a thing are combined; arrangement; format; make up; style of dress, etc. [Colloq.] H. Kingsley. [1913 Webster] 2. Specifically: A set of clothing… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 157 get it on — verb a) To have sex I can see the sparks between us, lets get it on, baby! b) To hurry up; to get a move on. I need to get it on, theres not much time left …

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  • 158 GET — gastric emptying time; general endotracheal [anesthesia]; graded treadmill exercise test * * * get ( )get vt, got ( )gät; got or got·ten gät ən; get·ting to catch or become affected by (a disease or bodily condition) <got measles from his… …

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  • 159 get — I Australian Slang 1. have someone in a corner, especially when arguing a point; catch out: I ve got you there, haven t I? ; 2. amuse: that really gets me ; 3. exact revenge: I ll get you for that ; 4. understand, comprehend: What I don t get is …

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  • 160 get-up — n. outfit an elaborate get up * * * [ getʌp] [ outfit ] an elaborate get up …

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