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  • 1 get along — also[get on] {v.} 1. To go or move away; move on. * /The policeman told the boys on the street corner to get along./ 2. To go forward; make progress; advance, * /John is getting along well in school. He is learning more every day./ Syn.: GET… …

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  • 2 get along — also[get on] {v.} 1. To go or move away; move on. * /The policeman told the boys on the street corner to get along./ 2. To go forward; make progress; advance, * /John is getting along well in school. He is learning more every day./ Syn.: GET… …

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  • 3 get\ along — • get along (in years) v 1. To go or move away; move on. The policeman told the boys on the street corner to get along. 2. To go forward; make progress; advance, John is getting along well in school. He is learning more every day. Syn.: get ahead …

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  • 4 get along — or[on in years] {v. phr.} To age; grow old. * /My father is getting along in years; he will be ninety on his next birthday./ …

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  • 5 get along — or[on in years] {v. phr.} To age; grow old. * /My father is getting along in years; he will be ninety on his next birthday./ …

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  • 6 get along — [v1] make progress cope, develop, do, fare, flourish, get by*, get on*, make out, manage, muddle through*, prosper, shift, succeed, thrive; concepts 117,704 Ant. cease, halt, stop get along [v2] depart advance, be off, go, go away, leave, march,… …

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  • 7 get along — (with (someone)) to have a good relationship. My kids and their cousins really get along with each other …

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  • 8 get along — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms get along : present tense I/you/we/they get along he/she/it gets along present participle getting along past tense got along past participle got along 1) get along or get on or get on with if people get… …

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  • 9 get along — Synonyms and related words: accord, advance, age, agree, agree with, ameliorate, amend, be getting along, be so, be such, buzz off, cheat the undertaker, chime in with, clear, clear the hurdle, come along, come away, come on, come out, come… …

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  • 10 get along — v. 1) (D; intr.) ( to manage ) to get along on (we cannot get along on his salary) 2) (D; intr.) ( to relate ) to get along with (how does she get along with her brother?) * * * [ getə lɒŋ] (D; intr.) ( to relate ) to get along with (how does she …

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  • 11 get along — 1) PHR V RECIP If you get along with someone, you have a friendly relationship with them. You can also say that two people get along. [V P with n] It s impossible to get along with him... [pl n V P] Although at one point their voices were raised… …

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  • 12 get along — verb 1. proceed or get along (Freq. 4) How is she doing in her new job? How are you making out in graduate school? He s come a long way • Syn: ↑do, ↑fare, ↑make out, ↑come …

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  • 13 get along — 1) can t you try to get along with his family? Syn: be friendly, be compatible, get on; agree, see eye to eye, concur, be in accord; informal hit it off, be on the same wavelength 2) she was getting along well at school Syn: fare, manage …

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  • 14 get along — I. co operate, give and take    Joey gets along with everybody. He is very co operative. II. cope, live, manage    I don t know how I ll get along without you. How will I manage? III. go, do not stay here    Get along now. Go home, please …

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  • 15 get along — verb a) (transitive or intransitive) to be together or coexist well, without arguments or trouble I wish the kids would get along better. b) To survive; to do well enough. She never did get along with her brother …

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  • 16 get along —    to grow old    A shortened from of get along in years or some such phrase:     He is getting along, and we can t expect him to be nimble. (Hayden, 1902) …

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  • 17 get along — 1) manage He is able to get along on very little money. 2) leave It s late so I must be getting along now …

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  • 18 get along — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To be successful] Syn. thrive, prosper, flourish, make ends meet; see succeed 1 . 2. [To proceed] Syn. progress, move on, push ahead; see advance 1 . 3. [To grow old] Syn. wane, decline, decay, advance in years; see age 1 .… …

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  • 19 get along — 1》 another way of saying get on (in sense 2). 2》 manage to live or survive. → get …

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  • 20 get along — intransitive verb Date: 1705 1. a. to proceed toward a destination ; progress b. to approach an advanced stage; especially to approach old age 2. to meet one s needs ; manage < we got along on a minimum of clothing > 3. to be …

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