To adopt, assume, arrive at, or progress towards (a certain position, location, state). (verb)
To begin (doing something). (verb)
To take or catch (a scheduled transportation service). (verb)
To respond to (a telephone call, a doorbell, etc). (verb)
To be able, permitted (to do something); to have the opportunity (to do something). (verb)
To understand (often used as get it). (verb)
To be subjected to. (verb)
To be Used to form the passive of verbs. (verb)
To become ill with or catch (a disease). (verb)
To catch out, trick successfully. (verb)
To perplex, stump. (verb)
To find as an answer. (verb)
To bring to reckoning; to catch (as a criminal); to effect retribution. (verb)
To hear completely; catch. (verb)
To getter. (verb)
To beget (of a father). (verb)
A difficult return or block of a shot. (noun)
A git. (noun)
A Jewish writ of divorce. (noun)
Examples of word get
Rather than making it harder to get divorced, which would cause problems for people in abusive situations, why not just make it harder to *get* married?
Even beyond that most people in the province probably know residents who had never shown an interest in jigging a cod before they were told they couldnÂ’t, and those same residents were among the first to decide they simply had to get out and Â“get their fish.
Yes, -- and, to confirm my suspicions, here rattle in the drums and pipe in the fifes, wooing us to get up, _get up_, with music too peremptory to be harmonious.
"How or where or when does not interest me -- but get him, you understand, _get him_!"
Three to get ready; and four to -- _get ready to go!