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phrasal verb

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  1. 1

    get along

    or

    get on

    or

    get on with

    if people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other

    Synonyms or related words for this sense of get along

  2. 3
    spoken to leave a place

    Synonyms or related words for this sense of get along

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