Translation of get in Italian:

get

Pronunciation: /get/

vt (pt/pp got pp Am also, gotten pres p, getting)

vi

Phrasal verbs

get about

vi [person] muoversi ; [rumour] circolare

get across

vt far capire [message, meaning] get something across to somebody far capire qualcosa a qualcuno

get ahead

vi (progress) fare progressi

get along

vi get on

get along with

vt andare d'accordo con [somebody]

get around

vi get about

get at

vi (criticize) criticare I see what you're getting at ho capito cosa vuoi dire what are you getting at? dove vuoi andare a parare?

get away

vi (leave) andarsene ; (escape) scappare

get away with

vt restare impunito per

get behind with

vt rimanere indietro con

get by

vi passare ; (manage) cavarsela

get down

vi scendere get down to work mettersi al lavoro
vt (depress) buttare giù

get in

vt mettere dentro [washing]; far venire [plumber]

get into

vt penetrare in [building]; mettersi in [trouble]; (squeeze into) entrare in [dress]

get off

vi scendere ; (from work) andarsene ; [Jur] essere assolto get off the bus/one's bike scendere dal pullman/dalla bici
vt (remove) togliere

get on

vi salire ; (be on good terms) andare d'accordo ; (make progress) andare avanti ; (in life) riuscire on the bus/one's bike salire sul pullman/sulla bici how are you getting on? come va?

get on with

vt andare d'accordo con [person]; andare avanti in [work]

get out

vi uscire ; (of car) scendere get out! fuori!
vt togliere [cork, stain]

get out of

vt (avoid doing) evitare

get over

vi andare al di là
vt [fig], riprendersi da [illness]

get round

vt aggirare [rule]; rigirare [person]
vi I never get round to it non mi sono mai deciso a farlo

get through

vi (on telephone) prendere la linea

get together

vt mettere insieme [people, money, report]

get up

vt salire su get up a hill salire su una collina

get up to

vt combinare [mischief]

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