10 Phrasal Verbs with “Get”

There are so many phrasal verbs. Here are some examples of phrasal verbs with the word “get”.


Get up

to rise from a lying or seated position

Example: I usually get up at 7 am to start my day.


Get over

to recover from an illness, setback, or emotional distress

Example: It took him a while to get over the flu and feel better.


Get along

to have a harmonious relationship or interact well with others

Example: Despite their differences, they managed to get along during the project.


Get by

to manage or survive with limited resources or abilities

Example: With careful budgeting, they were able to get by on a tight budget.


Get off

to leave or disembark from a vehicle or transport

Example: We’ll get off at the next bus stop and walk the rest of the way.


Get on

to enter or board a vehicle or transport

Example: Hurry up, or you’ll miss the train. Let’s get on quickly!


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Get through

to complete or accomplish something difficult or challenging

Example: With determination, she managed to get through the difficult exam.


Get rid of

to eliminate or remove something or someone

Example: I need to get rid of these old clothes and make some space in my closet.


Get across

to successfully communicate or make something understood

Example: The presenter struggled to get her message across to the audience.


Get ahead

to make progress or advance in one’s career or goals

Example: By working hard and showing dedication, she managed to get ahead in her profession.


Note: Phrasal verbs can have multiple meanings and usage. The examples provided here are just one possible context for each phrasal verb.

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