简明英汉词典

get about
v.
走动, 旅行, 传开, 参加社会活动

美国传统词典[双解]

get
get
AHD:[gμt]
D.J.[get]
K.K.[gWt]
v.(动词)
got[g?t] got.ten[g?t“n] 或 got get.tinggets
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To come into possession or use of; receive:
得到,收到:开始具有或使用;收到:
got a poodle for her birthday.
收到一只长卷毛狗作为她的生日礼物

(2)

To meet with or incur:
遭遇,招致:
got nothing but trouble for her efforts.
她的努力不但徒劳无功,反而惹来一身麻烦

(3)

To go after and obtain:
追求,获得:
got a book at the library; got breakfast in town.
在图书馆找到一本书;在城里吃了早饭

(4)

To go after and bring:
取得,带来:
Get me a pillow.
给我一个枕头

(5)

To purchase; buy:
买;购买:
get groceries.
买杂货

(6)

To acquire as a result of action or effort:
取得:作为行动或努力的结果而得到:
He got his information out of an encyclopedia. You can't get water out of a stone.
他从百科全书中查到了资料。石头中可不能冒出水

(7)

To earn:
努力获得:
got high marks in math and science.
数学和自然科学得了高分

(8)

To accomplish or attain as a result of military action.
完成,达成:作为军事行动的成果而完成或获得

(9)

To obtain by concession or request:
获得:通过迁就或请求而获得:
couldn't get the time off; got permission to leave.
无法延期;获准离开

(10)

To arrive at; reach:
到达,抵达:
When did you get home?
你什么时候到家的

(11)

To reach and board; catch:
登上:到达并乘上;赶上:
She got her plane two minutes before takeoff.
飞机起飞前两分钟她赶上了飞机

(12)

To succeed in communicating with, as by telephone:
联络上:成功地建立联系,如通电话:
couldn't get me at the office until nine.
直到九点才能在办公室联络到我

(13)

To become affected with (an illness, for example) by infection or exposure; catch:
患上,染上:通过传染或暴露而传染上(例如,疾病);得了:
get the flu; got the mumps.
患了流感;得了腮腺炎

(14)

To be subjected to; undergo:
遭受;经历:
got a severe concussion.
受了严重的脑震荡

(15)

To receive as retribution or punishment:
得到报应:作为回报或惩罚而收到:
got six years in prison for embezzling funds.
因贪污公款而被判入狱六年

(16)

To sustain a stated injury to:
遭受特定的伤害:
got my arm broken.
胳膊折了

(17)

To gain or have understanding of:
了解:理解或了解:
Do you get this question?
你明白这个问题吗

(18)

To learn (a poem, for example) by heart; memorize.
记忆:用心记(如一首诗);记忆

(19)

To find or reach by calculating:
找到,得到:通过计算而找到或算出:
get a total; can't get the answer.
算出总数;不能找到答案

(20)

To perceive by hearing:
听清楚:通过听的方法来认知:
I didn't get your name when we were introduced.
别人介绍我们认识时,我没听清楚你的名字

(21)

To procreate; beget.
生殖,生育

(22)

To cause to become or be in a specified state or condition:
使变得:使变成或处在一个特定的状态或条件下:
got the children tired and cross; got the shirt clean.
把孩子们弄得疲惫而且恼怒;把衬衫洗干净

(23)

To make ready; prepare:
使准备;预备:
get lunch for a crowd.
为众人准备午饭

(24)

To cause to come or go:
使移动:使来或去:
somehow got the car through traffic.
设法让汽车脱离交通阻塞

(25)

To cause to move or leave:
使离开:引起活动或离开:
Get me out of here!
放我出去

(26)

To cause to undertake or perform; prevail on:
使从事,使实行:使履行或执行;流行:
got the guide to give us the complete tour.
让导游带我们做一次完整的旅行

(27)

To take, especially by force; seize:
捕捉:取得,尤指通过强迫;抓住:
The detective got the suspect as he came out of the restaurant.
正当嫌疑犯走出饭店时,侦探抓住了他

(28)

Informal To overcome or destroy:
【非正式用语】 征服,摧毁:
The ice storm got the rose bushes.
冰雹破坏了玫瑰花丛

(29)

To evoke an emotional response or reaction in:
使感动:激起强烈的回应或反应于:
Romantic music really gets me.
浪漫的音乐确实打动了我

(30)

To annoy or irritate:
使生气或烦躁:
What got me was his utter lack of self-discipline.
惹火我的是他完全缺乏自律

(31)

To present a difficult problem to; puzzle.
难住:使面对一个难题

(32)

To take revenge on, especially to kill in revenge for a wrong.
报复:实行报复,尤指为报复一个错误而刺杀

(33)

Informal To hit or strike:
【非正式用语】 打或殴打:
She got him on the chin. The bullet got him in the shoulder.
她打了他的脸。子弹射中了他的肩

(34)

Baseball To put out.
【棒球】 使出局

(35)

To begin or start. Used with the present participle:
开始:开始,与现在分词连用:
I have to get working on this or I'll miss my deadline.
我必须就此开始工作,否则我将超过最后期限

(36)

To have current possession of. Used in the present perfect form with the meaning of the present:
有:现在拥有…,用现在完成时表示现在的含义:
We've got plenty of cash.
我们有足够的现金

(37)

To have as an obligation. Used in the present perfect form with the meaning of the present:
必须:作为义务而具有,用现在完成时表示现在的含义:
I have got to leave early. You've got to do the dishes.
我得早点离开。你必须洗碗碟
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To become or grow to be:
变成,长成:
eventually got well.
终于好了

(2)

To be successful in coming or going:
到达:成功地来或去:
When will we get to New York?
我们将于何时抵达纽约

(3)

To be able or permitted:
能或被允许:
never got to see Europe; finally got to work at home.
从未能去看看欧洲;最终只能在家工作

(4)

To be successful in becoming:
成功地变成:
get free of a drug problem.
成功地戒了毒

(5)

Used with the past participle of transitive verbs as a passive voice auxiliary:
被:作为被动语气助动词而与及物动词的过去分词连用:
got stuck in the elevator.
被困在电梯里了

(6)

To become drawn in, entangled, or involved:
进入:使加入,被卷入,受牵连:
got into debt; get into a hassle.
债务缠身;加入争论中

(7)

Informal To depart immediately:
【非正式用语】 立刻离开:
yelled at the dog to get.
大声呵斥狗立刻走开

(8)

To work for gain or profit; make money:
赚钱:为获利或好处而工作;赚钱:
puts all his energy into getting and spending.
把所有的精力用在赚钱和花钱上
n.(名词)

(1)

The act of begetting.
生育:生育的行为

(2)

Progeny; offspring.
子孙;后代

(3)

Sports A return in tennis on a shot that seems impossible to reach.
【体育运动】 难以回击的一球:一局网球比赛中的最后一击并且似乎不可能接住

常用词组

get about
To be out of bed and beginning to walk again, as after an illness.
可以走动:离开床并开始走动,通常指病后

get across

(1)

To make understandable or clear:
使了解:使变得清楚或令人置信:
I have tried to get my point across.
我已尽力让我的观点清晰明了

(2)

To be convincing or understandable:
使信服:使有说服力或可了解:
How can I get across to the students?
我怎样才能让学生心服口服

get after
To urge or scold:
催促或责骂:
You should get after them to mow the lawn.
你应催促他们割草坪

get along

(1)

To be or continue to be on harmonious terms:
相处融洽:
gets along with the in-laws.
和姻亲们相处融洽

(2)

To manage or fare with reasonable success:
过活,生活:合理成功地维持或过活:
can't get along on those wages.
无法依赖这些薪水生活

(3)

To make progress.
进展

(4)

To advance, especially in years.
增加:增加,尤指年龄的增加

(5)

To go away; leave.
走开;离开

get around

(1)

To circumvent or evade:
规避,逃避:
managed to get around the real issues.
试图逃避真正的问题

(2)

Informal To convince or win over by flattering or cajoling.
【非正式用语】 取得信任:通过谄媚或哄骗而说服或赢得

(3)

To travel from place to place:
到处旅游:从一地到另一地旅行:
It is hard to get around without a car.
没有汽车的旅行很艰难

(4)

To become known; circulate:
散布:变得闻名;流传:
Word got around.
消息散布到各处

get at

(1)

To touch or reach successfully:
到达:成功地接触或到达:
The cat hid where we couldn't get at it.
猫藏在我们找不到的地方

(2)

To try to make understandable; hint at or suggest:
暗示:试图使成为可了解的;暗示或表明:
I don't know what you're getting at.
我不知道你在暗示什么

(3)

To discover or understand:
发现,明白:
If we could only get at the cause of the problem!
要是我们能知道问题的原因该多好啊

get away

(1)

To break free; escape.
脱身,逃脱

(2)

To leave or go away:
离开,走开:
wanted to come along, but couldn't get away.
想要一起走,但是走不开

get back
To return to a person, place, or condition:
归还:回到一个人身边、一个地方或一种情况:
getting back to the subject.
回到主题

get by

(1)

To pass or outstrip.
通过,越过

(2)

To succeed at a level of minimal acceptibility or with the minimal amount of effort:
勉强通过:以尽可能少的可能或努力获胜:
just got by in high school.
中学勉强毕业

(3)

To succeed in managing; survive:
设法:成功安排;幸存:
We'll get by if we economize.
如果节省花费,我们将会熬过难关

(4)

To be unnoticed or ignored by:
被疏忽:不被发现或被忽视:
His mistake got by the editor but was caught by the proofreader.
他的错误被编辑忽视了但被校对员发现了

get down

(1)

To descend.
下降

(2)

To give one's attention. Often used with to :
认真:给予注意。常与to 连用:
Let's get down to work.
让我们认真工作吧

(3)

To exhaust, discourage, or depress:
疲惫,泄气,压抑:
The heat was getting me down.
炎热使我精疲力竭

(4)

To swallow:
吞服:
got the pill down on the first try.
一次就把药吞了下去

(5)

To describe in writing.
记下:用写描绘

(6)

Informal To lose one's inhibitions; enjoy oneself wholeheartedly.
【非正式用语】 放纵:失去控制;全身心享受

get in

(1)

To enter.
进入

(2)

To arrive:
到达:
We got in late last night.
昨天晚上我们到迟了

(3)

To become or cause to become involved:
陷入或使陷入:
She got in with the wrong crowd. Repeated loans from the finance company got me in deeper and deeper.
她和不法分子有瓜葛。从信贷公司的再三借款令我越陷越深

(4)

To become accepted, as in a club.
被接受:变得被接受了,如在一个俱乐部中

(5)

To succeed in making or doing:
完成:成功地制作或做:
got in six deliveries before noon.
在中午前送信六次

get into

(1)

To become involved in:
卷入:
got into trouble by stealing cars.
因偷车而麻烦缠身

(2)

Informal To be interested in:
【非正式用语】 对…有兴趣:
got into gourmet cooking.
对烹饪有了兴趣

get off

(1)

To start, as on a trip; leave.
起程:动身,如一旅程;离开

(2)

To fire (a round of ammunition, for example):
开火:射出(如一发子弹):
got off two shots before the deer disappeared.
在鹿消失前开了两枪

(3)

To write and send, as a letter.
寄信:写并送出,如一封信

(4)

To escape, as from punishment or danger:
逃避处罚或危险:
got off scot-free.
逍遥法外

(5)

To obtain a release or lesser penalty for:
使获释或减轻处罚:
The attorney got her client off with a slap on the wrist.
这位律师使她的委托人仅受到轻罚就获释了

(6)

Slang To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.
【俚语】 厚颜无耻的言行:厚颜无耻地做或说。用在祈使语气以表达鄙视或轻蔑的不信

(7)

Slang To have an orgasm.
【俚语】 达到性高潮

(8)

Slang
【俚语】

(9)

To feel great pleasure or gratification.
感到极大的喜悦或满足

(10)

To experience euphoria, for example, as a result of taking a drug.
飘飘欲仙的感觉:感受精神愉快,如服用毒品的结果

(11)

To get permission to leave one's workplace:
下班:得到离开工作岗位的允许:
got off early and went fishing.
早点下班去钓鱼

get on

(1)

To be or continue on harmonious terms:
相处和谐:是或连续处于和睦的关系之中:
She gets on well with the neighbors.
她和邻居关系和睦

(2)

To manage or fare with reasonable success.
生活:合理成功地安排或进展

(3)

To make progress; continue:
进步:取得进步;继续:
get on with a performance.
继续保持这样的表现

(4)

To advance in years.
年纪增长

(5)

To acquire understanding or knowledge:
了解,认清:
got on to the con game.
认清骗术

get out

(1)

To leave or escape.
离开,逃走

(2)

To cause to leave or escape.
使离开,使逃走

(3)

To become known:
泄露:
Somehow the secret got out.
总之秘密被泄露了

(4)

To publish, as a newspaper.
出版,如报纸

get over

(1)

To prevail against; overcome.
胜过;超越

(2)

To recover from:
痊愈:
finally got over the divorce.
最终从离婚的创伤中恢复了

(3)

To get across.
使人了解

get through

(1)

To arrive at the end of; finish or complete.
结束:到达终点;结束或完成

(2)

To succeed in making contact; reach.
到达:成功地和…联络;到达

(3)

To make oneself understood.
使自己被理解

get to

(1)

To begin. Used with the present participle:
开始:开始。和现在分词连用:
got to reminiscing.
开始追忆往事

(2)

To start to deal with:
开始处理:
didn't get to the housework until Sunday.
直到星期日才着手处理家务

(3)

To influence or affect, especially adversely:
影响:影响,尤指相反地:
The noise really gets to me.
噪音真的令我心烦

get together

(1)

To bring together; gather.
集会:带到一起;集会

(2)

To come together.
来到一起

(3)

To arrive at an agreement.
达成协议

get up

(1)

To arise from bed or rise to one's feet.
起床:起床或起立

(2)

To climb.

(3)

To act as the creator or organizer of:
组织:作为创作者或组织者而行动:
got up a petition against rezoning.
组织一次反对重新分区的请愿

(4)

To dress or adorn:
穿着或佩戴:
She got herself up in a bizarre outfit.
她穿了一套古怪的套装

(5)

To find within oneself:
鼓起:
trying to get up the nerve to quit.
设法鼓起勇气辞职

习惯用语

get around to
To find the time or occasion for.
为…找到时间或机会

get away with
To escape the consequences of (a blameworthy act, for example):
逃避:逃避(如应受批评的行为的)后果:
got away with cheating but was later caught.
以欺骗手段逃避但后来被抓住了

get back at
To take revenge on.
进行报复…

get cracking
To begin to work; get started.
开始:开始工作;开始

get even
To obtain revenge.
得到报复

get even with
To repay with an equivalent act, as for revenge.
报复:以相等的行动报答,如为了复仇

get going
To make a beginning; get started.
起头;开始

get it【非正式用语】
To be punished or scolded.
被惩罚或责备

get it on【俚语】

(1)

To become filled with energy or excitement.
用精力或激动使充满

(2)

To engage in sexual intercourse.
从事性交

get nowhere
To make no progress.
毫无进展

get on the stick
To begin to work.
开始工作

get (someone's) goat
To make angry or vexed.
使生气或恼怒

get somewhere【非正式用语】
To make progress.
取得进步

get there【非正式用语】
To make progress or achieve success.
取得进步或获得成功

get wind of
To learn of:
知道:
got wind of the scheme.
知道这个计划

语源

(1)

Middle English geten
中古英语 geten

(2)

from Old Norse geta * see ghend-
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 geta *参见 ghend-

继承用法

getable 或

gettable
adj.(形容词)

用法
The use of get in the passive, as in We got sunburned at the beach, is generally avoided in formal writing. In less formal contexts, however, the construction does provide a useful distinction in attributing a more active role to its subject than would the corresponding passive with be. Thus if Jones has committed a flagrant breach of law in order to test a particular statute, the situation might best be described by the sentence Jones got arrested by the police; whereas if Jones did nothing to provoke the police action, the sentence Jones was arrested by the police would be preferred.
在被动语态使用get , 如我们在海滩上晒黑了 , 渐渐在正式写作中避免。但在非正式上下文中,这个结构为使其比相应被动形式be 给予其主语更为主动的角色提供了极为有用的区别。 因此,如果琼斯为了验证特殊法律条文而严重违犯了某法律,最好用以下句子来描绘Jones got arrested by the police, 但如果琼斯没有反抗警察的行为,句子Jones was arrested by the police 比较合宜

现代英汉综合大辞典

get
[^et]
vt.
(got; got[gotten]; getting)

(1)

获[赢、博、取]得

(2)

收[接, 得]到

(3)

定购; 买

(4)

拿到; 弄来; 放置; 搬

(5)

生[患]病

(6)

使得...处于某种状态; 使得...达到某种程度; 使产生(...结果)

(7)

吃; 准备; 做饭

(8)

抓住; 捕捉

(9)

[完成式have got]有; [have(got)+不定式]必须; 该; 不得不

(10)

挨(打); 受罚; 被判刑; [口]被解雇

(11)

赶, 搭(车船)

(12)

[口]理[了]解; 明白

(13)

[口]打; 击中; 使受伤; 杀死

(14)

收听; (电话)接通

(15)

难住; 为难; 使困惑, 烦恼

(16)

[美]迷[吸引]人; 惹人喜爱

(17)

[俚]注意到

(18)

报复

(19)

[美]能够
get a prize
获奖
get a telegram
收到电报
get a packet of cigarettes
买包香烟
get a bad cold
患重感冒
get a new suit made
定制一套新衣
get one's feet wet
把脚弄湿了
get a person home
送人回家
get everybody moving
使大家动起来
Get me a chair, please.
请给我搬张椅子。
Where did you get the recorder?
这台录音机你从哪几弄来的?
Please help me get the room tidy.
请帮我把房间收拾一下。
She tried to get him to talk.
她试图使他讲话。
The police got the thief.
警察抓住了小偷。
Have you got a time-table?
你有(火车)时刻表吗?
You have got plenty of time.
你有许多时间。
I've got to go.
我该走了。
I've got to write a letter to him.
我得给他写封信。
I've got it.
我明白[懂]了。
The bullet got him.
子弹击中了他。
Can you get Radio Beijing on your wireless?
你的无线电能收到北京广播吗?
I couldn't get him as the line was engaged.
因电话占线, 我没能挂通他的电话。
Please get me Shanghai.
请给我接上海。
This problem gets me.
这个问题难住了我。
This film gets me.
这部电影使我入迷。
Did you get the look on his face?
你注意到他脸上的神情了吗?

词性变化

get
vi.

(1)

变得; 成为

(2)

开始...起来, 逐渐...起来, 由不...变为...

(3)

到[抵]达

(4)

[后接过去分词]被, 受

(5)

[美方]勉强...; 好容易...

(6)

[俚]赶快走开

(7)

获得财产, 赚到钱
get angry
生气
get beaten
挨揍
get caught in the rain
遇雨
They are getting restless.
他们变得不安起来。
He is getting old.
他渐渐老了。
You'll get to like your work.
你慢慢会喜欢你的工作的。
Can we get to the station in time ?
我们能够及时赶到车站吗?
They all got soaked.
他们浑身都湿透了。
They often got stuck in the mud.
他们常常陷到泥里。
He told the man to get away.
他叫那人立刻走开。

get
n.

(1)

【畜】幼畜

(2)

[英俚]私生子

(3)

(煤炭)产量

(4)

赢利, 薪资

继承用法

get-off
n.
(飞机)起飞

get-out
n.

(1)

脱身, 脱逃; [美俚]退路

(2)

亏盈相抵

get-rich -quick
adj.
想发横财的, 企图暴发致富的

get-together
n.
(非正式的)聚会, 联欢会, 会谈

get-tough
adj.
强硬的

get up
n.

(1)

装束, 打扮

(2)

式样, 格式

(3)

(书籍)版式, 装订式样

(4)

组织; 构造

get-up-and-go
adj.
有进取心的, 干劲足的

词性变化

get
n.
主动精神; 精力; 魄力; 热情

习惯用语

can't get it up for
[美口]对...不感兴趣; 缺乏劲头

have got'em all on
[口]打扮得漂漂亮亮; 穿得过于考究

have got'em bad

(1)

下定决心, 认认真真

(2)

大吃其苦

How are you getting on?
[口]你近来怎么样?你近来好吗?

I wish you may get it.
[口、讽]但愿如此! 那未免太好了!

I wish he may get it.
[口、讽]但愿如此! 那未免太好了!

It gets me
[美、口]我真不理解; 把我难住了。

get about

(1)

旅行; 走动

(2)

(消息等)传播

(3)

忙于工作

(4)

(病后)下床活动了

get above oneself
变得自高自大

get abroad
(消息等)传播(开)

get across

(1)

使通过

(2)

讲清楚, 使人了解

(3)

触犯; 与...搞坏关系

get after

(1)

追击; 追捕; 训诫; 攻击

(2)

敦促

get ahead
进步[展]; 成功; 长进

get ahead and do it
[美]快干

get ahead of
超[胜]过

get along

(1)

过日子, 过活

(2)

相处

(3)

进展[步]

(4)

[口]走开

get among
加入

get anywhere
[美 anyplace][口](使)进展, (使)有所成就; (使)行得通(常用于否定句)

get around

(1)

走动

(2)

避开(规章等)

(3)

传开

(4)

忙于工作

(5)

影响; 说服; 哄骗

get around to
[getround to]抽出时间(做某事); 考虑(某事)

get at

(1)

得到

(2)

暗示, 意指

(3)

了解; 发现

(4)

[口]贿赂, 收买

(5)

[俚]挖苦, 嘲弄; 取笑; 攻击; 欺骗

get away

(1)

逃脱; 离开, 出发

(2)

把...带[送]走

get away from

(1)

(使)摆脱, (使)离开; 无视, 对...置之不理

(2)

(把某人[物])从...争取过来, 从...吸引过来

get away from it all
[口]用出走的办法来摆脱烦恼[工作, 责任]

get away with

(1)

逃避惩罚[责备, 追究]

(2)

拿[抢、带]走

get away with it
侥幸成功; 逃脱处罚

Get away with you!
[口]滚开! 去你的!

Get along with you!
[口]滚开! 去你的!

Get out with you!
[口]滚开! 去你的!

get back

(1)

回来

(2)

取回

(3)

[俚]报复(on)

get back at
[俚]实行报复

get behind

(1)

落后

(2)

支持, 帮助

(3)

识破, 看穿

(4)

回避

(5)

拖欠

get behindhand
拖欠; 拖 延, 延搁

be behindhand
拖欠; 拖 延, 延搁

get by

(1)

维持生活

(2)

走动, 通过

(3)

[美]勉强混过去, 侥幸成功

(4)

躲过

(5)

[口]欺骗(某人)

get by on
靠...过活

get by upon
靠...过活

get clear of
摆脱, 避开; 离开; 还清(债务等)

get done with
做完, 结束

get down

(1)

降[落、打]下

(2)

记[写]下

(3)

吞下; 放下

(4)

击败

(5)

使沮丧

get down on
对...产生恶感; 不喜欢

getdown to
开始认真考虑; 着手办理(某事)

get even with
[俚]报复; 和...算帐

get forward
进步, 促进

get going

(1)

[美口]开始, 动手, 采取行动

(2)

[美俚]离开, 出去

get home

(1)

回到家里

(2)

接[送]......回家

(3)

(赛跑、赛马)首先到达终点

(4)

达到目的; 成功

(5)

击中要害; (言论等)说得中肯

(6)

讲清楚; 使充分理解

(7)

捞回损失; 恢复原来的地位

get in

(1)

进站; 到达; 回来

(2)

收集[割]; 收回借款[税]

(3)

请...来做

(4)

当选(议员)

(5)

加[插]入, 进入

(6)

(使)陷入, (使)卷入

get in on
[口]参加, 加入

get into

(1)

进入; 穿上

(2)

陷入; 染上(习惯)

(3)

学会

(4)

结交

(5)

(酒劲)冲脑

get in with

(1)

[口]与...交往

(2)

参加; 加入

get it

(1)

了解, 懂得

(2)

挨骂

(3)

受处分

get it across
[口]使...被人理解; 使为观众所欣赏

get it all together
[美、俚]沉着冷静, 对人生采取积极、坚定的态度

get it on
[美俚]兴奋, 激动

get it out
[口]清除紧张情绪, 轻松轻松

get next to

(1)

知道(某事), 了解(某事)

(2)

接近, 亲昵

(3)

随手拿走, 擅用

get nowhere
(使)无进展, (使)无效

get off

(1)

下来; 下车

(2)

起飞; (动身)离开

(3)

不受惩罚, 被放过

(4)

脱下(衣服)

(5)

[口]讲(笑话)

(6)

演讲

(7)

发出; 送走

(8)

使入睡

(9)

弄好; 弄错

get off with
[俚]和异性亲热起来

get on

(1)

上车[马]; 穿[安]上

(2)

过日子, 生活(情况)

(3)

进行下去, 继续进行

(4)

相处

(5)

顺利发[进]展; 投好, 向上爬

get on for
靠近, 接近

get on to
靠近, 接近

get on towards
靠近, 接近

get on to

(1)

识破; 理解, 明白过来

(2)

同...接触, 联络

get on with

(1)

继续(做某事)

(2)

与...和眭相处

Get on with you!
(表示怀疑[不相信])去你的吧!

get one's own back
[口]报复, 以牙还牙

get oneself together
[口]控制住自己的感情

get out

(1)

下车, 走出, 离开; 摆脱

(2)

说出; 公布; 传出去; 泄漏

(3)

取[拔, 弄]出

(4)

(命令语)出去!

(5)

出版

get out of

(1)

逐渐放弃, 避免

(2)

拔出; 弄出

(3)

问出, 打听出

Get out of it!
[俚]别吹啦! 别胡扯啦!

get outside (of)
[俚]吃, 喝

get over

(1)

越[爬]过

(2)

克服; 忍受

(3)

复原, 痊愈

(4)

完成; 走完

(5)

[口]忘记

(6)

[俚]说服, 使了解

get over with
[口]一劳永逸地做完(不愉快但不得不做的事), 把...做完了事

get round

(1)

传开

(2)

绕过, 回避

(3)

哄骗; 说服

get around

(1)

传开

(2)

绕过, 回避

(3)

哄骗; 说服

get round to sth .
(较重要的事处理完后)处理某事

get round to doing sth .
(较重要的事处理完后)处理某事

get at it
[口]取笑(某人)

get sb. at it
[口]取笑(某人)

getsb. where one wants him
强使某人顺从[赞同]己意

getsomewhere
(使)有所进展; (使)有成就

getsth. down cold
[美、俚]了解得透彻; 记得滚瓜烂熟

getsth. down pat
[美、俚]了解得透彻; 记得滚瓜烂熟

get sth. over with
做完

get there
[美口]成功, 达到目的

get through

(1)

完成

(2)

及格

(3)

到达

(4)

通过

(5)

用尽[完]

(6)

打通(电话)

get through to

(1)

(通过电话、无线电等) 与......联系; 与......通话

(2)

使......了解

get through with
完成, 干完

get to

(1)

到达

(2)

开始, 着手

(3)

接触, 抓住(要害)

(4)

[美俚]贿赂, 收买

get together

(1)

收集, 积累

(2)

聚集

get under
镇压; 控制

get up

(1)

(使)起床[立]

(2)

举办; 安排; 组织; 起草出版

(3)

登上

(4)

打扮; 理发

(5)

(风)变强; (火车)增加速度

(6)

念到, 读到

(7)

追上; 胜过

(8)

鼓励

(9)

钻研

(10)

整理; 修理

(11)

增进; 演出

(12)

玩弄(诡计)

get up against

(1)

靠近, 挨近

(2)

使...靠近, 使...挨近

(3)

与...搞坏关系, 与...发生冲突

get up and dig
[美]匆匆离开, 慌忙离去

get up and dust
[美]匆匆离开, 慌忙离去

get up and get

(1)

赶快走, 赶快, 尽量快

(2)

(=get-up-and-get[go])魄力, 雄心, 进取精神; 首创精神

get up and go

(1)

赶快走, 赶快, 尽量快

(2)

(=get-up-and-get[go])魄力, 雄心, 进取精神; 首创精神

get up to

(1)

达到

(2)

搞, 从事(常用于贬义)

(3)

赶上, 追上

got up to kill(=be dressed to kill)
穿得花哨, 穿得时髦

get with it

(1)

注意, 机警; 加紧干

(2)

赶上时代

参考词汇
get     obtain     acquire     gain    
都含"得到"、"获得"的意思。

(1)

get指"以某种方法或手段得到某种东西", 如:
Did you get my telegram last Sunday?
上星期天你收到我的电报了吗? obtain是较正式用语, 常指"通过努力工作、奋力或请求而得到所需的东西", 如:
He obtained experience through practice.
他通过实践获得了经验。

(2)

acquire强调"经过漫长的努力过程而逐渐获得", 如:
We should try to acquire good habits.
我们应该努力养成良好的习惯。

(3)

gain往往指"通过努力或有意识行动而获得某种有益或有利的东西", 如:
I hope you will gain still greater success.
我希望你们能获得更大的成就。
lose     forfeit    

美国传统词典

get
get
AHD:[gμt]
D.J.[get]
K.K.[gWt]
v.
got[g?t] got.ten[g?t“n] or got get.ting, gets
v.tr.

(1)

To come into possession or use of; receive:
got a poodle for her birthday.

(2)

To meet with or incur:
got nothing but trouble for her efforts.

(3)

To go after and obtain:
got a book at the library; got breakfast in town.

(4)

To go after and bring:
Get me a pillow.

(5)

To purchase; buy:
get groceries.

(6)

To acquire as a result of action or effort:
He got his information out of an encyclopedia. You can't get water out of a stone.

(7)

To earn:
got high marks in math and science.

(8)

To accomplish or attain as a result of military action.

(9)

To obtain by concession or request:
couldn't get the time off; got permission to leave.

(10)

To arrive at; reach:
When did you get home?

(11)

To reach and board; catch:
She got her plane two minutes before takeoff.

(12)

To succeed in communicating with, as by telephone:
couldn't get me at the office until nine.

(13)

To become affected with (an illness, for example) by infection or exposure; catch:
get the flu; got the mumps.

(14)

To be subjected to; undergo:
got a severe concussion.

(15)

To receive as retribution or punishment:
got six years in prison for embezzling funds.

(16)

To sustain a stated injury to:
got my arm broken.

(17)

To gain or have understanding of:
Do you get this question?

(18)

To learn (a poem, for example) by heart; memorize.

(19)

To find or reach by calculating:
get a total; can't get the answer.

(20)

To perceive by hearing:
I didn't get your name when we were introduced.

(21)

To procreate; beget.

(22)

To cause to become or be in a specified state or condition:
got the children tired and cross; got the shirt clean.

(23)

To make ready; prepare:
get lunch for a crowd.

(24)

To cause to come or go:
somehow got the car through traffic.

(25)

To cause to move or leave:
Get me out of here!

(26)

To cause to undertake or perform; prevail on:
got the guide to give us the complete tour.

(27)

To take, especially by force; seize:
The detective got the suspect as he came out of the restaurant.

(28)

Informal To overcome or destroy:
The ice storm got the rose bushes.

(29)

To evoke an emotional response or reaction in:
Romantic music really gets me.

(30)

To annoy or irritate:
What got me was his utter lack of self-discipline.

(31)

To present a difficult problem to; puzzle.

(32)

To take revenge on, especially to kill in revenge for a wrong.

(33)

Informal To hit or strike:
She got him on the chin. The bullet got him in the shoulder.

(34)

Baseball To put out.

(35)

To begin or start. Used with the present participle:
I have to get working on this or I'll miss my deadline.

(36)

To have current possession of. Used in the present perfect form with the meaning of the present:
We've got plenty of cash.

(37)

To have as an obligation. Used in the present perfect form with the meaning of the present:
I have got to leave early. You've got to do the dishes.
v.intr.

(1)

To become or grow to be:
eventually got well.

(2)

To be successful in coming or going:
When will we get to New York?

(3)

To be able or permitted:
never got to see Europe; finally got to work at home.

(4)

To be successful in becoming:
get free of a drug problem.

(5)

Used with the past participle of transitive verbs as a passive voice auxiliary:
got stuck in the elevator.

(6)

To become drawn in, entangled, or involved:
got into debt; get into a hassle.

(7)

Informal To depart immediately:
yelled at the dog to get.

(8)

To work for gain or profit; make money:
puts all his energy into getting and spending.
n.

(1)

The act of begetting.

(2)

Progeny; offspring.

(3)

Sports A return in tennis on a shot that seems impossible to reach.

常用词组

get about
To be out of bed and beginning to walk again, as after an illness.

get across

(1)

To make understandable or clear:
I have tried to get my point across.

(2)

To be convincing or understandable:
How can I get across to the students?

get after
To urge or scold:
You should get after them to mow the lawn.

get along

(1)

To be or continue to be on harmonious terms:
gets along with the in-laws.

(2)

To manage or fare with reasonable success:
can't get along on those wages.

(3)

To make progress.

(4)

To advance, especially in years.

(5)

To go away; leave.

get around

(1)

To circumvent or evade:
managed to get around the real issues.

(2)

Informal To convince or win over by flattering or cajoling.

(3)

To travel from place to place:
It is hard to get around without a car.

(4)

To become known; circulate:
Word got around.

get at

(1)

To touch or reach successfully:
The cat hid where we couldn't get at it.

(2)

To try to make understandable; hint at or suggest:
I don't know what you're getting at.

(3)

To discover or understand:
If we could only get at the cause of the problem!

get away

(1)

To break free; escape.

(2)

To leave or go away:
wanted to come along, but couldn't get away.

get back
To return to a person, place, or condition:
getting back to the subject.

get by

(1)

To pass or outstrip.

(2)

To succeed at a level of minimal acceptibility or with the minimal amount of effort:
just got by in high school.

(3)

To succeed in managing; survive:
We'll get by if we economize.

(4)

To be unnoticed or ignored by:
His mistake got by the editor but was caught by the proofreader.

get down

(1)

To descend.

(2)

To give one's attention. Often used with to :
Let's get down to work.

(3)

To exhaust, discourage, or depress:
The heat was getting me down.

(4)

To swallow:
got the pill down on the first try.

(5)

To describe in writing.

(6)

Informal To lose one's inhibitions; enjoy oneself wholeheartedly.

get in

(1)

To enter.

(2)

To arrive:
We got in late last night.

(3)

To become or cause to become involved:
She got in with the wrong crowd. Repeated loans from the finance company got me in deeper and deeper.

(4)

To become accepted, as in a club.

(5)

To succeed in making or doing:
got in six deliveries before noon.

get into

(1)

To become involved in:
got into trouble by stealing cars.

(2)

Informal To be interested in:
got into gourmet cooking.

get off

(1)

To start, as on a trip; leave.

(2)

To fire (a round of ammunition, for example):
got off two shots before the deer disappeared.

(3)

To write and send, as a letter.

(4)

To escape, as from punishment or danger:
got off scot-free.

(5)

To obtain a release or lesser penalty for:
The attorney got her client off with a slap on the wrist.

(6)

Slang To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.

(7)

Slang To have an orgasm.

(8)

Slang

(9)

To feel great pleasure or gratification.

(10)

To experience euphoria, for example, as a result of taking a drug.

(11)

To get permission to leave one's workplace:
got off early and went fishing.

get on

(1)

To be or continue on harmonious terms:
She gets on well with the neighbors.

(2)

To manage or fare with reasonable success.

(3)

To make progress; continue:
get on with a performance.

(4)

To advance in years.

(5)

To acquire understanding or knowledge:
got on to the con game.

get out

(1)

To leave or escape.

(2)

To cause to leave or escape.

(3)

To become known:
Somehow the secret got out.

(4)

To publish, as a newspaper.

get over

(1)

To prevail against; overcome.

(2)

To recover from:
finally got over the divorce.

(3)

To get across.

get through

(1)

To arrive at the end of; finish or complete.

(2)

To succeed in making contact; reach.

(3)

To make oneself understood.

get to

(1)

To begin. Used with the present participle:
got to reminiscing.

(2)

To start to deal with:
didn't get to the housework until Sunday.

(3)

To influence or affect, especially adversely:
The noise really gets to me.

get together

(1)

To bring together; gather.

(2)

To come together.

(3)

To arrive at an agreement.

get up

(1)

To arise from bed or rise to one's feet.

(2)

To climb.

(3)

To act as the creator or organizer of:
got up a petition against rezoning.

(4)

To dress or adorn:
She got herself up in a bizarre outfit.

(5)

To find within oneself:
trying to get up the nerve to quit.

习惯用语

get around to
To find the time or occasion for.

get away with
To escape the consequences of (a blameworthy act, for example):
got away with cheating but was later caught.

get back at
To take revenge on.

get cracking
To begin to work; get started.

get even
To obtain revenge.

get even with
To repay with an equivalent act, as for revenge.

get going
To make a beginning; get started.

get itInformal
To be punished or scolded.

get it onSlang

(1)

To become filled with energy or excitement.

(2)

To engage in sexual intercourse.

get nowhere
To make no progress.

get on the stick
To begin to work.

get (someone's) goat
To make angry or vexed.

get somewhereInformal
To make progress.

get thereInformal
To make progress or achieve success.

get wind of
To learn of:
got wind of the scheme.

语源

(1)

Middle English geten

(2)

from Old Norse geta * see ghend-

继承用法

getable or

gettable
adj.

用法
The use of get in the passive, as in We got sunburned at the beach, is generally avoided in formal writing. In less formal contexts, however, the construction does provide a useful distinction in attributing a more active role to its subject than would the corresponding passive with be. Thus if Jones has committed a flagrant breach of law in order to test a particular statute, the situation might best be described by the sentence Jones got arrested by the police; whereas if Jones did nothing to provoke the police action, the sentence Jones was arrested by the police would be preferred.

英汉航海大词典

get about
vt.走动,往来

英汉经贸大词典

get about
n.往来,流传,尽力工作

英汉计算机大词典

get about
prep.徘徊(传播)

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