|get along (with)||Be on good terms / work well with.||I get along (well) with my mother-in-law.|
|get at||Imply||What exactly are you trying to get at?|
|get away||Escape||The robbers got away in a black car.|
|get by (on)||Manage to cope or to survive.||It’s difficult to get by on a low salary.|
|get down to||Start to actually do something.||It’s time to get down to some serious work!|
|get in||Enter||How did the burglar get in?|
|get into (+ noun)||Enter||How did the burglar get into the house?|
|get off||1) Leave (bus, train, plane).|
2) Remove from something.
|1) Get off the bus at Trafalgar Square.|
2) She’s trying to get off the stain.
|get on||Board (bus, train, plane)||You can pay when you get on the bus.|
|get on with||Continue to do something / make progress||Be quiet and get on with your homework.|
|get on (well) with||Have a good relationship with||I get on very well with my colleagues.|
|get out||Leave||How did he get out?|
|get out of (+noun)||Leave||How did he get out of the house?|
|get out of (+verb)||Avoid doing something||Some husbands manage to get out of|
doing any housework.
|get over||Recover from (illness, disappointment)||Charlie had the ‘flu but he got over it.|
|get rid of||Eliminate||It’s difficult to get rid of old habits.|
|get round (to)||Find the necessary time to do something.||I finally got round to making the list that I promised.|
|get together||Meet each other||Let’s get together for lunch one day.|
|get up||Rise / leave bed||I usually get up at 7 o’clock.|
|give away||1) Give something free of charge.|
2) Reveal something.
|1) He gave away most of his paintings.|
2) The names of the witnesses will not begiven away.
|give back||Return something to its owner.||He promised to give back the money he borrowed..|
|give up||Stop ing something.||Sarah gave up smoking five years ago.|
|gloss over||Treat something briefly so as to avoid embarrassing details.||The director glossed over the recent drop in sales.|
|go along (with)||Agree with; accept.||Alex tends to go along with anything his wife says.|
|go in for||Have something as an interest or hobby.||She doesn’t really go in for sports.|
|go through||Experience.||Pete went through a lot of pain after the accident.|
|grow up||Spend one’s childhood / become an adult||He grew up in a small village in the mountains.|