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To go somewhere and get something or someone - synonyms or related words

get

verb

to go and bring something back from somewhere else

pick up

to go and meet someone or something that you have arranged to take somewhere in a vehicle

call for

to go somewhere and get someone or something in order to take them to another place

go for

to go somewhere in order to get someone or something

collect

verb

to go and get a person or thing. The more common way of saying this is “to pick up” something or someone

fetch

verb

old-fashioned to go and get something

fetch

verb

to go to find something and carry it back with you

fetch

verb

to go to where someone is and bring them back with you because you need their help

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mic drop

the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow it

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Open Dictionary

rhythmus

moving with rhythm, together as one

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