🎀Get across – When you get it across, you succeed in making other people understand it.
Peter is really intelligent but sometimes he has problems getting his ideas across.

🎀Get along – another way of saying get on
It is very important to get along with your brother.

🎀Get away – escape
I’ll be getting away.

🎀Get away with – escape blame, punishment, or undesirable consequences for (an act that is wrong or mistaken)
You won’t get away with the bullying.

🎀Get back – If someone or something gets back to a state they were in before, they are then in that state again.
When are they going to get back?

🎀Get by – manage with difficulty to live or accomplish something
It’s going to be hard to pay for your studying now that you’ve lost your job, but somehow we’ll get by.

🎀Get down to – begin to do or give serious attention to
Get down to studying!

🎀Get in – (of a train, aircraft, or other transport) arrive at its destination
She just got in her car and drove away.

🎀Get on – board , enter , step aboard , climb on , mount , ascend , catch
He got on the plane about an hour ago.

🎀Get off – step off , alight (from) , dismount (from) , descend (from) , disembark (from) , leave , exit
When you get off the trolleybus, cross the street.

🎀Get out of – evade , dodge , shirk , avoid , escape , sidestep
You’ll have to get out of the car.

🎀Get over – recover from (an ailment or an upsetting or startling experience)
She thought she would never get over feeling so stupid.

🎀Get through (to) – make contact by telephone
May I ask you to get through to the manager?

🎀Get up – rise or cause to rise from bed after sleeping
You’ll have to get up much earlier not to late at school. .

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