Phrasal Verbs with GET in English, get along, get down, get ahead, get over, get around, geth through, get away, get across, get out, get after, get out of, get up, get in, get off, get together, get behind, get back, get on;
Definition: to have a friendly relationship
Example Sentence: It’s impossible to get along with her.
Get down (to)
Definition: to give serious atttention
Example Sentence: Let’s get down to work.
Definition: to be success
Example Sentence: He wants to get ahead in his career.
Definition: to overcome
Example Sentence: How would you get over that problem?
Definition: to visit lots of places
Example Sentence: It’s quite easy to get around London.
Definition: to be connected by phone
Example Sentence: I tried to call her but couldn’t get through.
Get (sb) down
Definition: to make sb feel sad
Example Sentence: When my work gets me down, I want to resign.
Definition: to escape from sb/sth
Example Sentence: She‘ll get away from work as soon as she can.
Definition: to make sb understand
Example Sentence: Your meaning didn’t really get across.
Definition: to become known
Example Sentence: I don’t want it to get out that I’m leaving.
Definition: to pursue
Example Sentence: The police got after the crooks in the city.
Definition: to become interested in sth
Example Sentence: I ‘m getting into politics nowadays.
Definition: to have a good relationship
Example Sentence: She gets on everone.
Definition: to return to a place
Example Sentence: Please, give me a call when you get back.
Definition: to fall into arrears
Example Sentence: If you get behind in your car payments, the car may be repossessed.
Definition: to meet socially
Example Sentence: We usually get together once a week.
Definition: to leave a place
Example Sentence: We will get off at 8 o’clock.
Definition: to enter a car,train,etc.
Example Sentence: I’m inviting you to get in the car.
Definition: to stand up
Example Sentence: I got up from the chair and opened the door.
Get out of
Definition: to avoid
Example Sentence: The only way of getting out of housework is to be ill.