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|I/you/we/they||get on with|
|he/she/it||gets on with|
|present participle||getting on with|
|past tense||got on with|
|past participle||got on with|
The sooner we finish the speeches, the sooner we can get on with the celebration.
Our priority now is to get on with the job of developing a comprehensive test ban treaty.
The government must get on with addressing these long-standing issues.
This is the British English definition of get on with. View American English definition of get on with.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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