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Get on with - Meaning and Definition

 Phrasal Verb

get on with

 Definition

to have a good relationship with

 Examples

- He gets on with my most of my friends.

- I've always got on well with my eldest brother.

 Verb and preposition
 separated?
Can't be separated
 Normal or Slang
Normal
 American / British /
 International
British
 Regular / Irregular
Get is a an irregular verb. Its forms are: get, got, got (gotten in American English)

 

 Phrasal Verb

get on with

 Definition

to continue after an interuption

 Examples

Stop complaining and just get on with the game!

"Get on with your meals!" Basil Fawlty, Fawlty Towers

 Verb and preposition
 separated?
Can't be separated
 Normal or Slang
Normal
 American / British /
 International
International
 Regular / Irregular
Get is a an irregular verb. Its forms are: get, got, got (gotten in American English)

See also:

English Grammar Exercises: Fawlty Towers, Polite expressions

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