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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]
counting number the number one and any number obtained by successively adding one to get the next number.
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]