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gotten British & World English

past participle of get.

gotten in get British & World English

Come to have (something); receive

ill-gotten British & World English

Acquired by illegal or unfair means

get it in get British & World English

Be punished, injured, or killed

get at in get British & World English

Reach or gain access to (something)

get by in get British & World English

Manage with difficulty to live or accomplish something

get in in get British & World English

(Of a train, aircraft, or other transport) arrive at its destination

get on in get British & World English

Perform or make progress in a specified way

get to in get British & World English

Annoy or upset (someone) by persistent action

get someone up in get British & World English

Rise or cause to rise from bed after sleeping

get up in get British & World English

(Of wind or the sea) become strong or agitated

get at British & World English

Reach or gain access to (something)

get by British & World English

Manage with difficulty to live or accomplish something

get in British & World English

(Of a train, aircraft, or other transport) arrive at its destination

get on British & World English

Perform or make progress in a specified way

get to British & World English

Annoy or upset (someone) by persistent action

get someone up in get up British & World English

Rise or cause to rise from bed after sleeping

get up British & World English

(Of wind or the sea) become strong or agitated

get mine, his in get British & World English

Be appropriately punished or rewarded

get off in get British & World English

Escape a punishment; be acquitted

get out in get British & World English

(Of something previously secret) become known

get off British & World English

Escape a punishment; be acquitted

get out British & World English

(Of something previously secret) become known

get busy in busy British & World English

Begin work or tasks that need to be done

get busy British & World English

Begin work or tasks that need to be done

get going British & World English

Leave a place in order to go somewhere else

get ahead in get British & World English

Become successful in one’s life or career

get along in get British & World English

another way of saying get on2phrasalVerbs2phrasalVerbs2phrasalVerbs.

get down in get British & World English

Dance energetically

get going in go1 British & World English

Leave a place in order to go somewhere else

get over in get British & World English

Recover from (an ailment or an upsetting or startling experience)

get round in get British & World English

Coax or persuade (someone) to do or allow something that they initially do not want to

get ahead British & World English

Become successful in one’s life or career

get along British & World English

another way of saying get on2phrasalVerbs2phrasalVerbs2phrasalVerbs.

get down British & World English

Dance energetically

get over British & World English

Recover from (an ailment or an upsetting or startling experience)

get round British & World English

Coax or persuade (someone) to do or allow something that they initially do not want to

get hell in hell British & World English

Be severely reprimanded

get hell British & World English

Be severely reprimanded

get ideas in idea British & World English

Become (or make someone) ambitious, conceited, or tempted to do something

get ideas British & World English

Become (or make someone) ambitious, conceited, or tempted to do something

get even in even1 British & World English

Inflict similar trouble or harm on someone to that which they have inflicted on oneself

get even British & World English

Inflict similar trouble or harm on someone to that which they have inflicted on oneself

be/get stuck in stick2 British & World English

Be fixed in a particular position or unable to move or be moved

be/get busted in bust2 British & World English

Be caught in the act of doing something wrong

get someone through in get British & World English

Pass or assist someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period)


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