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get a wiggle on (informal) hurry up.
get across to make or become clear; to explain or to become understood.
get ahead to advance; succeed.
get along to survive or manage. [2 definitions]
get away with to do without being noticed, caught, or punished.
get away with murder (informal) to avoid punishment or detection of wrongdoing.
get dressed to put clothes on.
get even to pay another back for harm or mischief done; get revenge.
get in to go in; enter. [2 definitions]
get off to leave a public vehicle after riding.
get off the ground to launch or begin something successfully.
get on to mount, board, or step onto. [2 definitions]
get one's act together (informal) to behave more responsibly.
get one's goat to irritate, annoy, or anger. [2 definitions]
get out to leave or be let out (often followed by of). [2 definitions]
get over to recover from.
get rid of to discard, remove, or eliminate (esp. something that is bad or considered to have no value).
get the gate to be rejected.
get the show on the road (slang) to begin; get started.
get to first base to complete the first step towards reaching a goal; begin to succeed.