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  • 181 get at — verb a) To manage to gain access to. I have a lot of money in my trust fund. I just cant get at it. b) To understand or ascertain by investigation. We need to get at the root cause of all this …

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  • 182 get by — verb To subsist; to succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level. Do you think they can get by on only one salary? Syn: get along, make do …

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  • 183 get — verb Get is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑employee, ↑finance, ↑weather, ↑winner Get is used with these nouns as the object: ↑abscess, ↑access, ↑accolade, ↑accommodation, ↑acknowledgement, ↑acne, ↑ …

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  • 184 get in — phr verb Get in is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑moisture Get in is used with these nouns as the object: ↑car, ↑carriage, ↑contact, ↑dig, ↑fix, ↑habit, ↑harvest, ↑huff, ↑lane, ↑ …

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  • 185 get on — phr verb Get on is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑passenger Get on is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bicycle, ↑bike, ↑boat, ↑bus, ↑cart, ↑coach, ↑footing, ↑freeway, ↑interstate, ↑ …

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  • 186 get to — phr verb Get to is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑heat, ↑thing Get to is used with these nouns as the object: ↑age, ↑bottom, ↑core, ↑court, ↑end, ↑foot, ↑office, ↑point, ↑rank …

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  • 187 get at — Synonyms and related words: annex, approach, arrive at, arrive upon, ascertain, assure, bribe, buy, buy off, certify, cinch, clear up, clinch, come at, come upon, corrupt, decide, determine, dismiss all doubt, ensure, establish, fall upon, find… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 188 Get — 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, why? ; 5. trick or …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 189 get in — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To arrive] Syn. come, land, reach, see arrive 1 . 2. [To enter] Syn. get inside, find a way in, gain ingress; see enter 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To come to a particular place: arrive, check in, pull in, reach,… …

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  • 190 get to — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To arrive] Syn. reach, approach, land at; see arrive 1 . 2. [*To make listen or understand] Syn. reach, talk to, approach; see influence . 3. [To irritate] Syn. get, annoy, vex; see bother 2 , 3 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I …

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  • 191 get up — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To climb] Syn. ascend, mount, go up; see climb 2 . 2. [To arise] Syn. get out of bed, rise, turn out; see arise 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To leave one s bed: arise, pile, rise, roll out. Informal: turn out. Idiom …

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  • 192 GET — (Roget s Thesaurus II) Index get noun buy, catch, employment, gain, mercenary, recovery adjective available, profitable verb …

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  • 193 get — [13] Get, now one of the most pervasive of English words, has only been in the language for the (comparatively) short period of 800 years. It was borrowed from Old Norse geta (although a related, hundred per cent English get, which occurs in… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 194 get-up — noun (stress on get ) Fancy dress or costume. Some get up you re wearing! …

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  • 195 get in! — exclamation British the phrase was defined by a user in 2001 as: fantastic! Result! That was tremen dous! Said after something quite brilliant has happened or if you hear good news . Hop on! is a synonymous expression. ► I ve managed to get front …

    Contemporary slang

  • 196 get in on — PHRASAL VERB If you get in on something that other people are already involved in, you take part in it. [INFORMAL] [V P P n] Now baseball is trying to get in on the European market …

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  • 197 get on to — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you get on to a topic when you are speaking, you start talking about it. [V P P n] We got on to the subject of relationships. 2) PHRASAL VERB If you get on to someone, you contact them in order to ask them to do something or to …

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  • 198 get to it — do it now, do not delay, get to the point    After listening to her babble for awhile, I said, Please get to it …

    English idioms

  • 199 get on — (from Idioms in Speech) (a) to succeed; to rise in life; (b) to make progress, to improve; (c) to get older. The uncle had been a hearty drunken old fellow who had wanted his nephew to get on in the world. (J. Lindsay) But Herbert got on very… …

    Idioms and examples

  • 200 get to — 1》 informal annoy or upset by persistent action. 2》 another way of saying get round to. → get …

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