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ace to get a grade of A on or in. [1/7 definitions]
antepenult the third from last syllable in a word, such as "get" in "forgetfulness".
apostrophe1 this mark used in some plurals, esp. in letters and figures, as in "I get your n's and r's confused". [1/3 definitions]
arise to get up, as from sitting or sleep. [1/4 definitions]
base hit in baseball, a hit that allows the batter to get on base safely, without an error or force-out being made.
bedpan a shallow pan for use as a toilet by one who cannot get out of bed.
best to get the better of; defeat. [1/11 definitions]
bloop to get (a hit) in this way. [1/2 definitions]
brass tacks (informal) the essential facts or issues; basics (usu. prec. by get down to).
cadre a group of trained people who can get new projects and organizations started. [1/2 definitions]
catch to get aboard, as a bus or train. [1/18 definitions]
catch someone's eye to get the attention of someone.
check to look at something in order to get some specific information about the state of something. [1/19 definitions]
clear away to get away; escape.
clear off to get away; escape.
corral (informal) to get in one's possession; gather; capture. [1/4 definitions]
cozy (informal) to try to get on good terms with someone (usu. fol. by "up"). [1/5 definitions]
crank up (informal) to get prepared or begin. [1/2 definitions]
curl up to get into a comfortable sitting or reclining position.
deep-six to throw out; get rid of. [1/2 definitions]
deplane to get off an airplane.