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get across to make or become clear; to explain or to become understood.
get along to survive or manage. [2 definitions]
get away with to do without being noticed, caught, or punished.
get even to pay another back for harm or mischief done; get revenge.
get in to go in; enter. [2 definitions]
get one's act together (informal) to behave more responsibly.
get out to leave or be let out (often followed by of). [2 definitions]
get over to recover from.
get rid of to remove, throw away, or give away something that is not wanted or needed.
get the show on the road (slang) to begin; get started.
get to first base to complete the first step towards reaching a goal; begin to succeed.
get up to stand up or sit up. [2 definitions]
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in a bad mood from early in the day.
get wind of to receive hints of or information about.