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|present participle||getting onto|
|past tense||got onto|
|past participle||got onto|
You need to get onto your landlord about that leaky roof.
Let's get on to the next item on our agenda.
How did we get onto this subject?
He managed to get onto a local radio show.
Things changed when he got onto the selection committee.
This is the British English definition of get onto. View American English definition of get onto.