get

get
[get]
v (past і p. p. got; заст. амер. p. p. gotten)
1) дістава́ти; оде́ржувати; здобува́ти

can you get this book for me? — чи мо́жете ви діста́ти для ме́не цю кни́жку?

2) бра́ти, оде́ржувати

to get lessons — бра́ти уро́ки

3) заробля́ти

to get a living — заробля́ти на життя́

4) доставля́ти, прино́сити

get me a chair — принеси́ мені́ стіле́ць

5) приму́шувати, переко́нувати

I got him to speak at last — наре́шті я приму́сив його́ говори́ти

6) розм. розумі́ти, збагну́ти

I don't get you — я вас не розумі́ю

7) дістава́тися, добира́тися; досяга́ти, потрапля́ти

he got home early — він ра́но прийшо́в додо́му

8) (як дієслово-зв'язка у складеному іменному присудку або як допоміжне дієслово у pass.) става́ти, роби́тися

to get angry — розсе́рдитися

to get married — одружи́тися

9) perfect розм. ма́ти, володі́ти

I have got — = I have

10) perfect з inf бу́ти зму́шеним, му́сити

I have got to go immediately — я пови́нен нега́йно йти

11) (з inf або gerund означає початок дії або її одноразовість)

they got talking — вони́ почали́ розмовля́ти

- get along
- get along with you!
- get at
- get away
- get back
- get down
- get in
- get off
- get on
- get out
- get over
- get round
- get through
- get through with
- get up
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to get on smb.'s nerves — роздрато́вувати кого́сь

to get on well with — ла́дити з

to get under way — зру́шити з мі́сця; ви́рушити

to get hold of — зумі́ти схопи́ти (думку тощо)

to get the mitten [the sack, walking orders, walking papers] — бу́ти зві́льненим

to get the upper hand — перемогти́; узя́ти ве́рх

to get one's own way — зроби́ти по-сво́єму

to get home — влу́чити

to get off with a whole skin — ви́йти сухи́м з води́

to get out of bed on the wrong side — вста́ти на лі́ву но́гу

to get used — зви́кнути


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