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  • 1 Get Back — Single par The Beatles et Billy Preston Face A Get Back Face B Don t Let Me Down Sortie …

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  • 2 Get Back — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Get Back» Sencillo de The Beatles del álbum Let It Be Lado B « Don t Let Me Down » Publicación 11 de abril de 1969 …

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  • 3 Get Back — может относиться к: Get Back (песня Ludacris) Get Back (песня The Beatles) «Get Back» (песня Zebrahead) «Get Back», песня Бритни Спирс с альбома Blackout Get Back (третий сингл румынской певицы Александры Стан) Get Back (ASAP) сингл румынской… …

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  • 4 get back to — ˌget ˈback to [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they get back to he/she/it gets back to present participle getting back to past tense got back to …

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  • 5 Get Back — The Beatles Veröffentlichung 11. April 1969 (Single) Genre(s) Rocksong Autor(en) Lennon/McCartney Album Let It Be …

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  • 6 get back — [v1] regain reclaim, recoup, recover, repossess, retrieve, salvage; concept 120 Ant. lose, miss, pass get back [v2] return arrive home, come back, come home, reappear, revert, revisit, turn back; concept 159 Ant. depart, go away, leave …

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  • 7 get back at — [v] settle a score be avenged, get even, pay back, retaliate, revenge, take vengeance; concepts 14,246 …

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  • 8 get back at — ► get back at take revenge on. Main Entry: ↑get …

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  • 9 get back — index collect (recover money), reclaim, recoup (regain), recover, redeem (repurchase), retaliate …

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  • 10 get back — c.1600 (intrans.) “to return;” 1808 (trans.) “to recover” (something); meaning “retaliate” is attested by 1888 …

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  • 11 get back in — ˌget ˈback (in) derived (of a political party) to win an election after having lost the previous one Main entry: ↑getderived …

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  • 12 Get Back — This article is about the song by The Beatles. For the song by Demi Lovato, see Get Back (Demi Lovato song). Get Back Single by The Beatles with Billy Preston …

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  • 13 get back — phrasal verb Word forms get back : present tense I/you/we/they get back he/she/it gets back present participle getting back past tense got back past participle got back 1) [intransitive] to return to a place It s late, I ought to get back. Dad… …

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  • 14 get back at — TAKE REVENGE ON, exact/wreak revenge on, avenge oneself on, take vengeance on, get even with, pay back, retaliate on/against, exact retribution on, give someone their just deserts; Brit. informal get one s own back on. → get * * * get back at To… …

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  • 15 get back — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone or something gets back to a state they were in before, they are then in that state again. [V P to n] Then life started to get back to normal... [V P to n] I couldn t get back to sleep. [Also V P into n] Syn …

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  • 16 get back — v. 1) (d; intr.) ( to get revenge ) to get back at; for (we got back at him for his insult) 2) (d; intr.) to get back to ( to resume ) (to get back to work) * * * [ get bæk] for (we got back at him for his insult) (d; intr.) ( to get revenge ) to …

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  • 17 get back to — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms get back to : present tense I/you/we/they get back to he/she/it gets back to present participle getting back to past tense got back to past participle got back to spoken get back to someone to phone, write, or …

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  • 18 get back at — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms get back at : present tense I/you/we/they get back at he/she/it gets back at present participle getting back at past tense got back at past participle got back at get back at someone to do something to hurt or …

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  • 19 ˌget ˈback — phrasal verb 1) to return to a place It s late, I ought to get back.[/ex] What time does Sara get back from work?[/ex] 2) to begin doing something again after not doing it for a period of time She was eager to get back to work after she had her… …

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  • 20 get back at — {v.}, {informal} To do something bad to (someone who has done something bad to you) hurt in return. * /John played a joke on Henry, and next day Henry got back at him./ * /The elephant waited many years to get back at the man who fed him red… …

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