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phrasal verb mainly spoken
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present tense
I/you/we/theyget with
he/she/itgets with
present participlegetting with
past tensegot with
past participlegotten with
  1. 1
    get with it to know about what is happening or things that are fashionable at the present time
    If you’ve never used the Internet, you need to get with it.
  2. 2
    get with it/the program to pay attention to what is happening and start doing what you should be doing
    He’s not doing very well in school – it’ll be too late if he doesn’t get with it soon.
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