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get in touch to contact or restore communication (usu. fol. by "with").
get lost to lose one's way. [2 definitions]
get off to leave (a public vehicle) after riding. [10 definitions]
get off on (slang) to get excited or aroused by; take pleasure in.
get off the ground to launch or begin something successfully.
get on to mount, board, or step onto. [5 definitions]
get one's act together (informal) to behave more responsibly.
get one's goat to irritate, annoy, or anger. [2 definitions]
get one's way to manage to obtain one's particular wish or preference, regardless of the wishes or objections of others.
get on someone's nerves to annoy or cause agitation in (someone).
get out to leave or be allowed to leave. [3 definitions]
get out of to escape having to do (something that one does not wish to do).
get over to recover from (something).
get rid of to discard, remove, or make disappear (esp. something that is bad or considered to have no value).
get (something) one's way to manage to have (something) the way that one wants or prefers, regardless of the desires or objections of others.
get the gate to be rejected.
get the show on the road (slang) to begin; get started.
get through to manage to reach the end of (a difficult or challenging experience). [5 definitions]
get to to arrive at (a destination), or to travel to and arrive at (a destination). [5 definitions]
get to first base (informal) to make initial progress or have some initial success.
get-together a gathering of a few people for social purposes.