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  1. get

    • IPA[ɡɛt]

    英式

    • v.
      come to have (something); receive;experience, suffer, or be afflicted with (something bad)
    • n.
      an animal's offspring.;a person whom the speaker dislikes or despises.
    • noun: get, plural noun: gets

    • verb: get, 3rd person present: gets, gerund or present participle: getting, past tense: got, past participle: got

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. come to have (something); receive:

      I got a letter from him the other day

      what kind of reception did you get?

    • 2. experience, suffer, or be afflicted with (something bad):

      I got a sudden pain in my left eye

    • 3. receive as a punishment or penalty:

      I'll get the sack if things go wrong

    • 4. contract (a disease or ailment):

      I might be getting the flu

    • 5. succeed in attaining, achieving, or experiencing; obtain:

      I need all the sleep I can get

      he got a teaching job in California

    • 6. move in order to pick up or bring (something); fetch:

      get another chair

      I'll get you a drink

    • 7. prepare (a meal):

      Celia went to the kitchen to start getting their dinner

    • 8. tend to meet with or find in a specified place or situation:

      for someone used to the tiny creatures we get in England it was something of a shock

    • 9. travel by or catch (a bus, train, or other form of transport):

      I got a taxi across to Baker Street

    • 10. obtain (a figure or answer) as a result of calculation.
    • 11. make contact with, especially by telephone:

      you can get me at home if you need me

    • 12. respond to a ring of (a telephone or doorbell):

      I'll get the door!

    • 13. used to draw attention to someone whom one regards as pretentious or vain:

      get her!

    • 14. reach or cause to reach a specified state or condition:

      he'd got thinner

      it's getting late

    • 15. used with past participle to form the passive mood:

      the cat got drowned

    • 16. cause to be treated in a specified way:

      get the form signed by a doctor

    • 17. induce or prevail upon (someone) to do something:

      they got her to sign the consent form

    • 18. have the opportunity to do:

      he got to try out a few of these nice new cars

    • 19. begin to be or do something, especially gradually or by chance:

      we got talking one evening

    • 20. come, go, or make progress eventually or with some difficulty:

      Nigel got home very late

      he hadn't got very far with the book yet

    • 21. move or come into a specified position, situation, or state:

      she got into the car

      Henry got to his feet

    • 22. succeed in making (someone or something) come, go, or move somewhere:

      she had to get them away from the rocks

      let's get you home

    • 23. reach a specified point or stage:

      it's getting so I can't even think

    • 24. see have
    • 25. catch or apprehend (someone):

      the police have got him

    • 26. strike or wound (someone) with a blow or missile:

      you got me in the eye!

    • 27. punish, injure, or kill (someone), especially as retribution:

      I'll get you for this!

    • 28. be punished, injured, or killed:

      wait until dad comes home, then you'll get it!

    • 29. be appropriately punished or rewarded:

      I'll get mine, you'll get yours, we'll all get wealthy

    • 30. annoy (someone) greatly:

      cleaning the same things all the time, that's what gets me

    • 31. baffle (someone):

      she had got me there: I could not answer

    • 32. understand (an argument or the person making it):

      What do you mean? I don't get it

    • 33. acquire (knowledge) by study; learn:

      that knowledge which is gotten at school

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an animal's offspring.
    • 2. a person whom the speaker dislikes or despises.
    • past and past participle of get

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    • v. North American past participle of get

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    • v. North American past participle of get

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    • past and past participle of get

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    • ph. perform or make progress in a specified way

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    • ph. pass or assist someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period)

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    • ph. reach or gain access to (something)

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    • ph. pass or assist someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period)

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    • IPA[ɡet]

    美式

    • v.
      come to have or hold (something); receive:
    • I got the impression that she wasn't happy
    • n.
      an animal's offspring:
    • he passes this on to his get

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