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To get something or someone

get

verb

to obtain, receive, or be given something

come by

to get something, especially something that is hard to get

accept

verb

to take something that someone gives you

obtain

verb

to get something that you want or need, especially by going through a process that is difficult

gain

verb

to get or achieve something, usually as a result of a lot of effort

derive

verb

to receive or obtain something from something else

gain

verb

to get more of something, usually as a result of a gradual process

get together

to ask or make people come together in one place

bring

verb

to get something for someone and give it to them

find

verb

to get something

solutionism

the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology

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any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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