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|present participle||getting on|
|past tense||got on|
|past participle||got on|
Can we please get on, because there are a lot of things still to discuss.
I need to get on and cook this chicken before everyone gets here.
Claire got on the school board.
She even got on TV talking about her invention.
My parents and I don't get on.
I think you two would get on well.
She seems to get on with everybody.
This is the British English definition of get on. View American English definition of get on.
mixed together in a way that is not planned, organized, or tidy
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