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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “get”

get

verb (CAUSE)
引起
 
 
/ɡet/ (present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US gotten)
[T] to cause something to happen, or cause someone or something to do something
促使;使得;把…弄得
[+ adj] She had to get the kids ready for school.
她得帮孩子们收拾妥当好去上学。
[+ past participle] I'm trying to get this article finished for Thursday.
我正在努力赶这篇文章,好在星期四交。
We get our milk delivered.
我们让人把奶送过来。
[+ -ing verb] Haven't you got the photocopier working yet?
你还没把复印机弄好吗?
[+ to infinitive] I can't get my computer to work!
我的电脑没法用了!
[T + obj + to infinitive ] to persuade someone to do something
说服(某人做某事)
Why don't you get Nicole to come to the party?
你为什么不劝妮科尔一起来参加聚会?
[T + past participle] to do something to something or someone without intending to or by accident
(无意间或意外地)使被弄得
He got his bag caught in the train doors as they were closing.
火车门关闭时把他的包给卡在了门缝里
I always get the two youngest sisters' names confused.
我总是弄混那两个最小的姐妹的名字。
(Definition of get verb (CAUSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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