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|present participle||getting on|
|past tense||got on|
|past participle||gotten on|
Claire got on the school board.
She even got on TV talking about her invention.
Get on Bill to see if he can come up with those numbers for you.
Can we please get on, because there are a lot of things still to discuss.
He is prepared to do anything in order to get on.
How did you get on in your exams?
Jim seems to be getting on very well with the cleaning.
My parents and I don't get on.
This is the American English definition of get on. View British English definition of get on.
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