get on meaning

  "get on" in a sentence
  • get:    Verb: get (got,get ...
  • get at:    Verb: get atReach ...
  • get by:    Verb: get byCome t ...


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  1. our new manager is very easy to get on with.
  2. her clever tongue gets on one's nerves.
  3. we can get on perfectly well without her.
  4. he's willing to work and sure to get on.
  5. she did not get on well with the other pupils.

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