Translation of "get on" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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get on

phrasal verb with get uk /ɡet/ us /ɡet/ verb present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US usually gotten


B1 UK US also UK get along to have a good relationship

We're getting on much better now that we don't live together. 我們不住在一起,關係好多了。
He doesn't get on with his daughter. 他和女兒關係鬧得很僵。

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B1 UK US also UK get along to manage or deal with a situation, especially successfully

How are you getting on in your new home? 你在新房子裡住得還好吧?
We're getting on quite well with the decorating. 我們的裝修進展不錯。

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B2 UK to continue doing something, especially work

I'll leave you to get on then, shall I? 我就交給你來繼續做,好不好?

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be getting on informal

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to be getting old

He's getting on (a bit) - he'll be 76 next birthday. 他(有點)老了——下次再過生日就76歲了。


be getting on UK informal

If you say it's getting on, or time is getting on, you mean it is becoming late.

It's getting on - we'd better be going. 不早了——我們最好走吧。
getting on for UK US going on


He must be getting on for 80 now. 他現在一定快到80歲了。
It was getting on for midnight. 臨近午夜了。

(Translation of “get on” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)