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To mount or board a vehicle or vessel
“Oddly enough, she wasn't surprised to see Junior get on the plane first.”
To survive or manage, at least at a minimal level
“It was a hectic few days, but we managed to get on even with the lack of sleep.”
To succeed, at least at a minimal level
“She's enthusiastic and positive and determined to get on despite her modest background.”
To proceed with a course of action
“The Government continues to get on with the job of delivering the important infrastructure projects that this State desperately needs.”
To manage a situation in a certain way
“How did you get on with your new job?”
To start doing something
“Let's get on with the mission briefing. I'm anxious to get on with it!”
To continue doing something, especially something challenging or after an interruption
“The Scot hardly spent any time planning or visualizing the climb ahead, preferring to just get on with it.”
To be on friendly terms with someone
“I get on pretty well with all the sprinters, despite the fact that we go head to head with each other on a day-to-day basis.”
To age or grow old
“As I continue to get on in age, I've also come to think more and more about the matter of leaving this world.”
To dress in a particular set of clothes
Get on your best dress, and we'll go have a good dinner at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, or Delmonico's, or wherever you please.”
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