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To come into possession of
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“I would like to get a new laptop as my current one is starting to break down.”
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To receive or be sent something
“I expect to get the item I purchased from eBay in the mail soon.”
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To reach a specified state or condition
“The food will get stale if you leave it out in the open for too long.”
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To catch or apprehend someone
“The authorities would finally get their man after months of investigative work.”
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Travel by or catch some form of transportation
“We can either get a bus or a taxi to reach our destination.”
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To catch a disease or illness
“You can get a cold or flu if you are in close contact with someone who is carrying the virus.”
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To be afflicted with something unfortunate
“He would get a leg injury after an accident while playing football.”
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To discern what somebody is saying
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“She spoke in a hushed voice, and I could barely get what she was saying.”
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To comprehend what someone is saying
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“He started speaking incoherently, and I did not get what he was trying to say.”
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To go somewhere, typically with some degree of difficulty
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“Let's get dressed now so we can get there early for a change.”
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To begin doing something
“We need to get working if we do not want to miss our deadline.”
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To induce someone to do something
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“We need to come up with a plan to get the kids to eat their vegetables.”
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To have an opportunity, or an intention, to arrive at a specified outcome
“After months of planning, I would finally get to travel to South America.”
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To seek retribution
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“He's coming to get me because I inadvertently insulted his pet cat.”
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(informal, usually used in simple past form "got") To baffle someone, typically in a discussion or debate
“The professor would get his interviewer by pointing out that her questions were actually an exercise in self-projection.”
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(usually used in third person form "gets") To annoy or irritate
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“People who walk slowly in front of me really get me.”
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(usually used in third person form "gets") To throw into a state of mental uncertainty
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“Her strange behavior would get me.”
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To acquire complete knowledge or skill in
“Russian is such a hard language to learn. It took me ten years to finally get it.”
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To pick up or fetch something
“Could you get your brother from the train station later today?”
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To earn or be paid
“If I accept this job, I will get twenty percent more than my current salary.”
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To make contact with, typically by telephone
“William, could you get Harry and ask if he and Meghan will be free this weekend for a cup of tea?”
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To arrive at after searching, study, or effort
“After several hours of research, I would finally get the answer to the crossword puzzle.”
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To attain through effort
“After years of hard work and training, he would get a gold medal at the Olympics.”
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To take hold off forcibly
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“I need to get that last cookie in the jar before anyone else does!”
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To be victorious, typically as revenge for a previous defeat
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“We may have lost, but this playoff series isn't over. We will get them in the next match.”
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To move into a desired direction of discourse
“Everyone here is missing the point I am trying to get at.”
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To have or undergo a change of physical features and attributes
“I would get a rash as a result of the incredibly dry weather.”
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To kill or execute
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“The mob will come to get you if you ever cross them.”
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To prepare, or arrange for, a meal
“It's now time to get dinner.”
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To engender offspring
“John would get four daughters.”
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To trick successfully
“Just lie to our boss and call in sick. It tends to get him all the time.”
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(followed by for) To look for or seek
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To receive a particular treatment
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To form an opinion or reach a conclusion through reasoning and information
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To travel, usually with some measurable distance
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To get into contact with, especially by telephone
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To leave, sometimes after being angrily told to do so
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To retaliate
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To mature in age
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To move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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Penalize for wrongdoing
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Take for temporary use
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To find unexpectedly or during a search
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Bleep or alert
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Have bestowed on
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Getter
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To transmit information or requests to
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To discover (something) by guesswork or intuition
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To assemble and make ready for action
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To travel by securing free rides
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To join or be joined securely to something else
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To enrol (someone) as a member or worker in an organization or as a supporter of a cause
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To obtain money or favours by intimidation, violence, or the misuse of authority
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Try, sample
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To regain possession of
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To cause to be attracted or to show interest in someone or something
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To take a photograph of
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To visit one or more shops, or websites, to buy goods
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To observe or undergo events contributing to one's knowledge
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To design or plan an approach for a given task or project
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Something that has come into one's possession
“The new hire is really skillful and has been a great get for the company.”
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(dated) Descendants of a person, animal, or plant
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“You were a high lord's get. Don't tell me Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell never killed a man.”
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A quantity or amount of money or profits received