Phrasal Verbs – GET, Definitions and Example Sentences

English Phrasal Verbs List with GET, Definitions and Example Sentences

English Phrasal Verbs List with GET, Definitions and Example Sentences


Get along

to have a friendly relationship

It’s impossible to get along with her.

 

Get out

to become known

I don’t want it to get out that I’m leaving.

 

Get across

to make sb understand

Your meaning didn’t really  get across.

 

Get away

to escape from sb/sth

She‘ll get away from work as soon as she can.

 

Get (sb) down

to make sb feel sad

When my work gets me downI want to resign.

 

Get through

to be connected by phone

I tried to call her but couldn’t get through.

 

Get around

to visit lots of places

It’s quite easy to get around London.

 

Get over

to overcome

How would you get over that problem?

 

Get ahead

to be success

He wants to get ahead in his career.

 

Get down (to)

to give serious atttention

Let’s get down to work.



English Phrasal Verbs List with GET, Definitions and Example Sentences

Get after

to pursue

The police got after the crooks in the city.

 

 

Get out of

to avoid

The only way of getting out of housework is to be ill.

 

Get up

to stand up

I got up from the chair and opened the door.

 

Get in

to enter a car,train,etc.

I’m inviting you to get in the car.

 

Get off

to leave a place

We will get off at 8 o’clock.

 

Get together

to meet socially

We usually get together once a week.

 

Get behind

to fall into arrears

If you get behind in your car payments, the car may be repossessed.

 

Get back

to return to a place

Please, give me a call when you get back.

 

Get on

to have a good relationship

She gets on everone.

 

Get into

to become interested in sth

I ‘m getting into politics  nowadays.

 


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  1. Smitali shirsath November 11, 2019

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