get get verb (getting, got, got ) 【HELP】In spoken NAmE the past participle got∙ten / 5^Ctn//5^B:tn / is almost always used. • 北美英语口语中过去分词几乎都用 gotten。 ›› RECEIVE / OBTAIN 接到;得到 1. [VN] [no passive] to receive sth • 收到;接到:
»I got a letter from Dave this morning.
»What (= What presents) did you get for your birthday?
»He gets (= earns) about $40 000 a year.
他一年挣 4 万元左右。
»This room gets very little sunshine.
»I got a shock when I saw the bill.
»I get the impression that he is bored with his job.
2. [no passive] get sth (for yourself / sb) | get (yourself / sb) sth to obtain sth • 获得;得到: ▪ [VN]
»Where did you get (= buy) that skirt?
»Did you manage to get tickets for the concert?
»She opened the door wider to get a better look.
»Try to get some sleep.
»He has just got a new job.
▪ [VNN]
»Why donˈt you get yourself a car?
▪ [VN, VNN]
»Did you get a present for your mother?
»Did you get your mother a present?
3. [VN] [no passive] get sth (for sth) to obtain or receive an amount of money by selling sth • (卖某物)挣得,获得:
»How much did you get for your car?
›› BRING 带来 4. to go to a place and bring sb / sth back • 去取(或带来) 【SYN】 fetch : ▪ [VN]
»Quick —go and get a cloth!
»Somebody get a doctor!
»I have to go and get my mother from the airport (= pick her up).
▪ [VN, VNN]
»Get a drink for John.
»Get John a drink.
›› PUNISHMENT 惩罚 5. [VN] [no passive] to receive sth as a punishment • 受到;遭到;被判(刑):
»He got ten years (= was sent to prison for ten years) for armed robbery.
›› BROADCASTS 广播 6. [VN] [no passive] to receive broadcasts from a particular television or radio station • 接收到;收听到;收看到:
»We canˈt get Channel 5 in our area.
我们地区收不到 5 频道的节目。
›› BUY 买 7. [VN] [no passive] to buy sth, for example a newspaper or magazine, regularly • (定期)买,购买 【SYN】 take :
»Which newspaper do you get?
›› MARK / GRADE 分数;等级 8. [VN] [no passive] to achieve or be given a particular mark / grade in an exam • (考试)获得,达到:
»He got a ˈCˈ in Chemistry and a ˈBˈ in English.
›› ILLNESS 疾病 9. [VN] [no passive] to become infected with an illness; to suffer from a pain, etc. • 感染上;患上;遭受…之苦:
»I got this cold off (= from) you!
»She gets (= often suffers from) really bad headaches.
›› CONTACT 联系 10. [VN] [no passive] to be connected with sb by telephone • 与(某人)电话联系;与(某人)通电话:
»I wanted to speak to the manager but I got his secretary instead.
›› STATE / CONDITION 状态;情况 11. linking verb to reach a particular state or condition; to make sb / sth / yourself reach a particular state or condition • (使)达到,处于: ▪ [V-ADJ]
»to get angry / bored / hungry / fat
»Youˈll soon get used to the climate here.
»We ought to go; itˈs getting late.
»to get dressed / undressed (= to put your clothes on / take your clothes off)
»They plan to get married in the summer.
»Sheˈs upstairs getting ready.
»I wouldnˈt go there alone; you might get (= be) mugged.
»My car got (= was) stolen at the weekend.
▪ [VN-ADJ]
»Donˈt get your dress dirty!
»He got his fingers caught in the door.
»She soon got the children ready for school.
--› note at become 12. [V to inf] to reach the point at which you feel, know, are, etc. sth • 开始(感觉到、认识到、成为);达到…地步(或程度):
»After a time you get to realize that these things donˈt matter.
»Youˈll like her once you get to know her.
»His drinking is getting to be a problem.
»Sheˈs getting to be an old lady now.
›› MAKE / PERSUADE 使;让;说服 13. to make, persuade, etc. sb / sth to do sth • 使,让(某人或物做某事);说服(某人做某事): ▪ [VN to inf]
»I couldnˈt get the car to start this morning.
»He got his sister to help him with his homework.
»Youˈll never get him to understand.
▪ [VN -ing]
»Can you really get that old car going again?
»Itˈs not hard to get him talking—the problem is stopping him!
›› GET STH DONE 使完成某事 14. [VN-ADJ] get sth done to cause sth to happen or be done • 使(某事)发生;使完成(某事):
»I must get my hair cut.
»Iˈll never get all this work finished.
›› START 开始 15. [V -ing] to start doing sth • 开始;开始做:
»I got talking to her.
»We need to get going soon.
›› OPPORTUNITY 机会 16. (informal) • [V to inf] to have the opportunity to do sth • 有机会(做…);得到(做…的)机会:
»He got to try out all the new software.
»Itˈs not fair—I never get to go first.
›› ARRIVE 到达 17. [V +adv. / prep.] to arrive at or reach a place or point • 抵达,到达(某地或某点):
»We got to San Diego at 7 oˈclock.
我们 7 点钟到达了圣迭戈。
»You got in very late last night.
»What time did you get here?
»I havenˈt got very far with the book Iˈm reading.
›› MOVE / TRAVEL 移动;旅行 18. [+adv. / prep.] to move to or from a particular place or in a particular direction, sometimes with difficulty; to make sb / sth do this • (使)到达,离开,沿…移动,艰难地移动: ▪ [V]
»The bridge was destroyed so we couldnˈt get across the river.
»She got into bed.
»He got down from the ladder.
»We didnˈt get (= go) to bed until 3 a.m.
我们直到凌晨 3 点才上牀睡觉。
»Where do we get on the bus?
»Iˈm getting off (= leaving the train) at the next station.
»Where have they got to (= where are they) ?
»We must be getting home ; itˈs past midnight.
▪ [VN]
»The general had to get his troops across the river.
»We couldnˈt get the piano through the door.
»Weˈd better call a taxi and get you home.
»I canˈt get the lid off.
19. [VN] [no passive] to use a bus, taxi, plane, etc. • 搭乘,乘坐(公共汽车、出租车、飞机等):
»Weˈre going to be late—letˈs get a taxi.
»I usually get the bus to work.
›› MEAL 饭菜 20. get sth (for yourself / sb) | get (yourself / sb) sth (especially BrE) to prepare a meal • 准备,做(饭): ▪ [VN]
»Whoˈs getting the lunch?
▪ [VN, VNN]
»I must go home and get tea for the kids.
»I must go home and get the kids their tea.
›› TELEPHONE / DOOR 电话;门 21. [VN] (informal) to answer the telephone or a door when sb calls, knocks, etc. • 接(电话);应(门):
»Will you get the phone?
›› CATCH / HIT 抓住;击中 22. [VN] to catch or take hold of sb, especially in order to harm or punish them • (尤指为伤害或惩罚)抓住,捉住,逮住:
»He was on the run for a week before the police got him.
»to get sb by the arm / wrist / throat
»She fell overboard and the sharks got her.
»He thinks everybody is out to get him (= trying to harm him).
»(informal) Iˈll get you for that!
23. [VN +adv. / prep.] to hit or wound sb • 击中;使受伤:
»The bullet got him in the neck.
›› UNDERSTAND 理解 24. [VN] [no passive] (informal) to understand sb / sth • 理解;明白:
»I donˈt get you.
»She didnˈt get the joke.
»I donˈt get it— why would she do a thing like that?
»I get the message —you donˈt want me to come.
--› note at understand ›› HAPPEN / EXIST 发生;存在 25. [VN] [no passive] (informal) used to say that sth happens or exists • (表示发生或存在):
»You get (= There are) all these kids hanging around in the street.
»They still get cases of typhoid there.
›› CONFUSE / ANNOY 使困惑/烦恼 26. [VN] [no passive] (informal) to make sb feel confused because they do not understand sth • 使困惑;使迷惑;把…难住 【SYN】 puzzle :
»ˈWhatˈs the capital of Bulgaria?ˈ ˈ Youˈve got me there! ˈ (= I donˈt know).
"保加利亚的首都在什么地方?" "你可把我给难住了!"
27. [VN] [no passive] (informal) to annoy sb • 使烦恼;使恼火:
»What gets me is having to do the same thing all day long.
【HELP】Get is one of the most common words in English, but some people try to avoid it in formal writing. • * get 是英语中最常用的单词之一,但有的人在正式文体中尽量避免使用。 【IDIOMS】Most idioms containing get are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example get sbˈs goat is at goat. • 大多数含 get 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及形容词相关词条找到,如 get sbˈs goat 在词条 goat 下。 be getting ˈon (informal) 1. (of a person 人) to be becoming old • 变老;上年纪 2. (of time 时间) to be becoming late • 渐晚;渐迟:
»The timeˈs getting on—we ought to be going.
be getting on for... (especially BrE) • to be nearly a particular time, age or number • 接近(某时刻、年龄或数目):
»It must be getting on for midnight.
»Heˈs getting on for eighty.
canˈt get ˈover sth • (informal) used to say that you are shocked, surprised, amused, etc. by sth • 因…而感到震惊(或惊讶、好笑等):
»I canˈt get over how rude she was.
get aˈway from it all •(informal) to have a short holiday / vacation in a place where you can relax • (到他处度短假)躲清静 ˌget it ˈon (with sb) •(slang, especially NAmE) to have sex with sb • (与某人)性交 ˈget it (NAmE) = catch it at catch v. ˌget it ˈup •(slang) (of a man 男人) to have an erection • 勃起 get sb ˈgoing (BrE, informal) • to make sb angry, worried or excited • 激怒某人;使某人担忧(或激动) get sb nowhere / not get sb anywhere • to not help sb make progress or succeed • 使无所进展(或成就);徒劳:
»This line of investigation is getting us nowhere.
»Being rude to me wonˈt get you anywhere.
get somewhere / anywhere / nowhere • to make some progress / no progress • 有所(或无所)进展:
»After six monthsˈ work on the project, at last I feel Iˈm getting somewhere.
»I donˈt seem to be getting anywhere with this letter.
ˈget there • to achieve your aim or complete a task • 达到目的;完成任务;获得成功:
»Iˈm sure youˈll get there in the end.
»Itˈs not perfect but weˈre getting there (= making progress).
how selfish, stupid, ungrateful, etc. can you ˈget? • (informal) used to express surprise or disapproval that sb has been so selfish, etc. • (表示惊奇或不赞成)你怎么这么自私(或愚蠢、忘恩负义等) thereˈs no getting aˈway from sth | you canˈt get aˈway from sth • you have to admit that sth unpleasant is true • 不容否认,只好承认(不愉快的事实) what are you, was he, etc. ˈgetting at? • (informal) used to ask, especially in an angry way, what sb is / was suggesting • (尤指气愤地问)你(或他等)这话是什么意思,你(或他等)用意何在:
»Iˈm partly to blame? What exactly are you getting at?
what has got into sb? • (informal) used to say that sb has suddenly started to behave in a strange or different way • (表示某人突然行为反常起来)…怎么啦:
»Whatˈs got into Alex? He never used to worry like that.
【PHR V】 ˌget aˈbout (BrE) = get around (1) ˌget aˈbove yourself (especially BrE) • to have too high an opinion of yourself • 自以为了不起;自高自大;自视甚高 ˌget aˈcross (to sb) | ˌget sth∽aˈcross (to sb) • to be communicated or understood; to succeed in communicating sth • 被传达;被理解;把…讲清楚:
»Your meaning didnˈt really get across.
»Heˈs not very good at getting his ideas across.
ˌget aˈhead (of sb) • to make progress (further than others have done) • 走在(某人的)前面;领先;胜过(某人):
»She wants to get ahead in her career.
»He soon got ahead of the others in his class.
ˌget aˈlong 1. (usually used in the progressive tenses 通常用于进行时) to leave a place • 离开;离去:
»Itˈs time we were getting along.
2. = get on (1) ˌget aˈround 1. (BrE also ˌget aˈbout) to move from place to place or from person to person • 传播;流传;各处走动:
»She gets around with the help of a stick.
»News soon got around that he had resigned.
2. (especially NAmE) = get round ˈget at sb (usually used in the progressive tenses 通常用于进行时) to keep criticizing sb • 一再批评,不断指责,老是数落(某人):
»Heˈs always getting at me.
»She feels sheˈs being got at.
ˈget at sb / sth • to reach sb / sth; to gain access to sb / sth • 到达某处;接近某人(或某物);够得着某物:
»The files are locked up and I canˈt get at them.
ˈget at sth • to learn or find out sth • 获悉;了解;查明;发现:
»The truth is sometimes difficult to get at.
ˌget aˈway 1. to have a holiday / vacation • 度假;休假:
»Weˈre hoping to get away for a few days at Easter.
--› related noun getaway (2) 2. (BrE, informal) used to show that you do not believe or are surprised by what sb has said • (表示不相信或惊奇)别胡扯:
»ˈThese tickets didnˈt cost me a thing.ˈ ˈGet away!ˈ
"这些票我一分钱也没花。" "胡说!"
ˌget aˈway (from...) • to succeed in leaving a place • (得以)离开,脱身:
»I wonˈt be able to get away from the office before 7.
我 7 点钟之前无法离开办公室。
ˌget aˈway (from sb / ...) • to escape from sb or a place • 摆脱(某人);逃离(某地) ˌget aˈway with sth 1. to steal sth and escape with it • 偷携某物潜逃;偷走:
»Thieves got away with computer equipment worth $30 000.
盗贼偷走了价值 3 万元的计算机设备。
--› related noun getaway (1) 2. to receive a relatively light punishment • 受到从轻发落(轻微惩罚):
»He was lucky to get away with only a fine.
3. to do sth wrong and not be punished for it • 做(坏事)而未受惩罚:
»Donˈt be tempted to cheat—youˈll never get away with it.
▪ [+ -ing ]
»Nobody gets away with insulting me like that.
4. to manage with less of sth than you might expect to need • 以(比预期少的事物)就能应付:
»After the first month, you should be able to get away with one lesson a week.
ˌget ˈback • to return, especially to your home • 返回;回去;回家:
»What time did you get back last night?
--› note at return ˌget sth∽ˈback • to obtain sth again after having lost it • 寻回,找回,重新获得(丢失的东西):
»Sheˈs got her old job back.
»I never lend books—you never get them back.
ˌget ˈback (in) (of a political party 政党) • to win an election after having lost the previous one • 重新上台;东山再起 ˌget ˈback at sb (informal) • to do sth bad to sb who has done sth bad to you; to get revenge on sb • 向某人报复:
»Iˈll find a way of getting back at him!
ˌget ˈback to sb • to speak or write to sb again later, especially in order to give a reply • 以后再答覆(或回覆)某人:
»Iˈll find out and get back to you.
ˌget ˈback to sth • to return to sth • 回到某事上:
»Could we get back to the question of funding?
ˌget beˈhind (with sth) • to fail to make enough progress or to produce sth at the right time • 落后;拖延;拖欠:
»Iˈm getting behind with my work.
»He got behind with the payments for his car.
ˌget ˈby (on / in / with sth) • to manage to live or do a particular thing using the money, knowledge, equipment, etc. that you have • (靠…)维持生计,设法过活,勉强应付:
»How does she get by on such a small salary?
»I can just about get by in German (= I can speak basic German).
ˌget ˈdown (of children 儿童) (BrE) • to leave the table after a meal • 饭后离开餐桌 ˌget sb ˈdown (informal) • to make sb feel sad or depressed • 使悲伤;使沮丧;使忧郁 ˌget sth∽ˈdown 1. to swallow sth, usually with difficulty • (困难地)吞下,咽下 2. to make a note of sth • 记录;记下;写下 【SYN】 write down :
»Did you get his number down?
ˌget ˈdown to sth • to begin to do sth; to give serious attention to sth • 开始做某事;开始认真注意(或对待)某事:
»Letˈs get down to business.
»I like to get down to work by 9.
我喜欢在 9 点之前开始工作。
▪ [+ -ing ]
»Itˈs time I got down to thinking about that essay.
ˌget ˈin | ˌget ˈinto sth 1. to arrive at a place • 到达:
»The train got in late.
»What time do you get into Heathrow?
2. to win an election • 当选:
»The Republican candidate stands a good chance of getting in.
»She first got into Parliament (= became an MP) in 2001.
她 2001 年第一次当选为下议院议员。
3. to be admitted to a school, university, etc. • 被录取;被接受入学:
»Sheˈs got into Durham to study law.
ˌget sb∽ˈin • to call sb to your house to do a job • 请某人来家里做事 ˌget sth∽ˈin 1. to collect or gather sth • 收集;收割:
»to get the crops / harvest in
2. to buy a supply of sth • 购买;买进:
»Remember to get in some beers for this evening.
3. to manage to do or say sth • 设法做(或说):
»I got in an hourˈs work while the baby was asleep.
»She talks so much itˈs impossible to get a word in.
ˌget ˈin on sth • to take part in an activity • 参加(活动):
»Heˈs hoping to get in on any discussions about the new project.
ˌget ˈin with sb (informal) • to become friendly with sb, especially in order to gain an advantage • (尤指为捞取好处与某人)成为朋友,拉关系,套近乎 ˌget ˈinto sth 1. to put on a piece of clothing, especially with difficulty • (尤指费力地)穿上:
»I canˈt get into these shoes—theyˈre too small.
2. to start a career in a particular profession • 开始从事某职业:
»Whatˈs the best way to get into journalism?
3. to become involved in sth; to start sth • 参与,开始(某事):
»I got into conversation with an Italian student.
»to get into a fight
4. to develop a particular habit • 养成某种习惯;习惯于:
»Donˈt let yourself get into bad habits.
»You should get into the routine of saving the document you are working on every ten minutes.
»How did she get into (= start taking) drugs?
5. (informal) to become interested in sth • 对…产生兴趣:
»Iˈm really getting into jazz these days.
6. to become familiar with sth; to learn sth • 开始熟悉;学会:
»I havenˈt really got into my new job yet.
ˌget ˈinto sth | ˌget yourself / sb ˈinto sth • to reach a particular state or condition; to make sb reach a particular state or condition • (使)陷入,处于,达到:
»He got into trouble with the police while he was still at school.
»Three people were rescued from a yacht which got into difficulties.
»She got herself into a real state (= became very anxious) before the interview.
ˌget ˈoff | ˌget ˈoff sb • used especially to tell sb to stop touching you or another person • (尤用于告诉别人)别碰,走远点:
»Get off me, that hurts!
ˌget ˈoff | ˌget sb ˈoff 1. to leave a place or start a journey; to help sb do this • (使某人)离开,出发,动身:
»We got off straight after breakfast.
»He got the children off to school.
2. (BrE) to fall asleep; to make sb do this • (使)入睡:
»I had great difficulty getting off to sleep.
»They couldnˈt get the baby off till midnight.
ˌget ˈoff | ˌget ˈoff sth • to leave work with permission • 经允许离开工作;下班:
»Could you get off (work) early tomorrow?
ˌget ˈoff sth | ˌget sb ˈoff sth • to stop discussing a particular subject; to make sb do this • (使)停止讨论,不再谈论:
»Please can we get off the subject of dieting?
»I couldnˈt get him off politics once he had started.
ˌget sth ˈoff • to send sth by post / mail • 邮寄某物:
»I must get these letters off first thing tomorrow.
ˌget ˈoff on sth (informal) • to be excited by sth, especially in a sexual way • 因…而兴奋,因…而激动(尤指性兴奋) ˌget ˈoff (with sth) • to have no or almost no injuries in an accident • (在事故中)幸免于难,并无大恙:
»She was lucky to get off with just a few bruises.
ˌget ˈoff (with sth) | ˌget sb ˈoff (with sth) • to receive no or almost no punishment; to help sb do this • (使)免受处罚,逃脱惩罚:
»He was lucky to get off with a small fine.
»A good lawyer might be able to get you off.
ˌget ˈoff with sb (informal, especially BrE) • to have a sexual or romantic experience with sb; to start a sexual relationship with sb • (与某人)发生性关系,谈恋爱,开始性关系:
»Steve got off with Tracey at the party.
ˌget ˈon 1. (also ˌget aˈlong) used to talk or ask about how well sb is doing in a particular situation • (谈及或问及某人)进展,进步:
»Heˈs getting on very well at school.
»How did you get on at the interview?
2. to be successful in your career, etc. • 获得成功;事业有成:
»Parents are always anxious for their children to get on.
»I donˈt know how heˈs going to get on in life.
3. (also ˌget aˈlong) to manage or survive • 对付;应付;活下来;过活:
»We can get on perfectly well without her.
»I just canˈt get along without a secretary.
ˌget ˈon to sb 1. to contact sb by telephone, letter or email • (用电话、书信或电子邮件)与某人联系:
»The heating isnˈt working; Iˈll get on to the landlord about it.
2. to become aware of sbˈs activities, especially when they have been doing sth bad or illegal • 觉察,察觉,识破(某人的不法行为):
»He had been stealing money from the company for years before they got on to him.
ˌget ˈon to sth • to begin to talk about a new subject • 开始讨论,转而谈论(新课题):
»Itˈs time we got on to the question of costs.
ˌget ˈon with sb | ˌget ˈon (together) (both BrE) (also ˌget aˈlong with sb, ˌget aˈlong (together) NAmE, BrE) • to have a friendly relationship with sb • (与某人)和睦相处,关系良好:
»Sheˈs never really got on with her sister.
»She and her sister have never really got on.
»We get along just fine together.
ˌget ˈon with sth 1. (also ˌget aˈlong with sth) used to talk or ask about how well sb is doing a task • (谈及或问及工作情况)进展,进步:
»Iˈm not getting on very fast with this job.
2. to continue doing sth, especially after an interruption • (尤指中断后)继续做某事:
»Be quiet and get on with your work.
»(informal) Get on with it! We havenˈt got all day.
ˌget ˈout • to become known • 泄露;被人知道:
»If this gets out thereˈll be trouble.
ˌget sth∽ˈout 1. to produce or publish sth • 生产;发表;出版:
»Will we get the book out by the end of the year?
2. to say sth with difficulty • 困难地说出;勉强地说:
»She managed to get out a few words of thanks.
ˌget ˈout (of sth) • to leave or go out of a place • 离开(某地);从…出来:
»You ought to get out of the house more.
»She screamed at me to get out.
ˌget ˈout of sth 1. to avoid a responsibility or duty • 逃避,规避,摆脱(责任或义务):
»We promised weˈd go—we canˈt get out of it now.
▪ [+ -ing ]
»I wish I could get out of going to that meeting.
2. to stop having a particular habit • 放弃,戒除,抛弃(习惯):
»I canˈt get out of the habit of waking at six in the morning.
ˌget sth ˈout of sb • to persuade sb to tell or give you sth, especially by force • (尤指强行)盘问出,获取:
»The police finally got a confession out of her.
ˌget sth ˈout of sb / sth • to gain or obtain sth good from sb / sth • 从…中获得(有益的东西):
»She seems to get a lot out of life.
»He always gets the best out of people.
ˌget ˈover sth • to deal with or gain control of sth • 解决;克服;控制 【SYN】 overcome :
»She canˈt get over her shyness.
»I think the problem can be got over without too much difficulty.
ˌget ˈover sth / sb • to return to your usual state of health, happiness, etc. after an illness, a shock, the end of a relationship, etc. • 从疾病(或震惊、断绝关系等)中恢复常态:
»He was disappointed at not getting the job, but heˈll get over it.
ˌget sth∽ˈover (to sb) • to make sth clear to sb • 向(某人)讲清某事;让(某人)明白某事:
»He didnˈt really get his meaning over to the audience.
ˌget sth ˈover (with) (informal) • to complete sth unpleasant but necessary • 完成,结束(令人不快但免不了的事):
»Iˈll be glad to get the exam over and done with.
ˌget ˈround / aˈround sb • to persuade sb to agree or to do what you want, usually by doing nice things for them • (用讨好卖乖的手段)说服某人同意,哄骗某人依顺,笼络某人:
»She knows how to get round her dad.
ˌget ˈround / aˈround sth • to deal with a problem successfully • 成功地对付;解决;克服 【SYN】 overcome :
»A clever lawyer might find a way of getting round that clause.
ˌget ˈround / aˈround to sth • to find the time to do sth • 抽出时间来做某事:
»I meant to do the ironing but I didnˈt get round to it.
▪ [+ -ing ]
»I hope to get around to answering your letter next week.
ˈget through sth 1. to use up a large amount of sth • 消耗掉;用完;耗尽:
»We got through a fortune while we were in New York!
2. to manage to do or complete sth • (设法)处理,完成:
»Letˈs start—thereˈs a lot to get through.
ˌget ˈthrough (sth) (BrE) • to be successful in an exam, etc. • 顺利通过(考试等) ˌget sb ˈthrough sth • to help sb to be successful in an exam • 帮助某人顺利通过考试:
»She got all her students through the exam.
ˌget ˈthrough (sth) | ˌget sth ˈthrough (sth) • to be officially accepted; to make sth be officially accepted • (使)正式通过,获得采纳:
»They got the bill through Congress.
ˌget ˈthrough (to sb) 1. to reach sb • 到达(某人处):
»Thousands of refugees will die if these supplies donˈt get through to them.
2. to make contact with sb by telephone • (用电话)接通,打通,联系上:
»I tried calling you several times but I couldnˈt get through.
ˌget ˈthrough (to sth) (of a player or team 选手或队) • to reach the next stage of a competition • 进入(下阶段比赛):
»Moya has got through to the final.
ˌget ˈthrough to sb • to make sb understand or accept what you say, especially when you are trying to help them • (尤指在努力帮助某人时)使某人理解,使某人接受(所讲的话):
»I find it impossible to get through to her.
ˌget ˈthrough with sth • to finish or complete a task • 结束;完成 ˈget to sb (informal) • to annoy or affect sb • 使烦恼;使生气;对某人产生影响:
»The pressure of work is beginning to get to him.
ˌget sb / sth toˈgether • to collect people or things in one place • 召集;聚集;收集;汇集:
»Iˈm trying to get a team together for Saturday.
ˌget toˈgether (with sb) • to meet with sb socially or in order to discuss sth • 举行社交聚会;开会:
»We must get together for a drink sometime.
»Management should get together with the union.
--› related noun get-together ˌget ˈup 1. to stand up after sitting, lying, etc. • 站起;起来;起身 【SYN】 rise :
»The class got up when the teacher came in.
--› note at stand 2. if the sea or wind gets up, it increases in strength and becomes violent • (海浪、风等)增强,变猛烈 ˌget ˈup | ˌget sb ˈup • to get out of bed; to make sb get out of bed • (使)起牀:
»He always gets up early.
»Could you get me up at 6.30 tomorrow?
明天你 6:30 分叫我起牀行吗?
ˌget yourself / sb ˈup as sth [often passive] (BrE) • to dress yourself / sb as sb / sth else • (将某人)打扮成,化装成,装扮成:
»She was got up as an Indian princess.
--› related noun get-up ˌget sth∽ˈup • to arrange or organize sth • 安排;组织:
»Weˈre getting up a party for her birthday.
ˌget ˈup to sth 1. to reach a particular point • 到达某一点:
»We got up to page 72 last lesson.
我们上一课学到第 72 页。
2. to be busy with sth, especially sth surprising or unpleasant • 忙于,从事(尤指令人吃惊或不快的事):
»What on earth will he get up to next?
»Sheˈs been getting up to her old tricks again!
* * *
vt. 獲得, 變成, 收穫, 使得, 掙得, 受到(懲罰, 打擊等), 染上, 抓住
vi. 到達, 成為, 變得
n. 生殖, 幼獸

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