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get

verb (START TO BE) 變得     /ɡet/ ( present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US gotten)
[L] to become or start to be 變成;變得 He gets really upset if you mention his baldness. 你要是提他禿頭的事兒,他就會很生氣。 Is your cold getting any better? 你感冒好點兒了嗎? Your coffee's getting cold. 你的咖啡要涼掉了。 After a while you get used to all the noise. 過一會兒你就會習慣這些噪音了。 You're getting quite a big boy now, aren't you! 你長成個大男孩了,是不是! [+ to infinitive] How did you get to be a belly dancer? 你是怎麼成為一個肚皮舞舞蹈員的? Starting and beginningStarting again
get going/moving informal
to start to go or move 開始走;開始動身 We'd better get moving or we'll be late. 我們最好開始動身,不然就要晚了。 Departing
(Definition of get verb (START TO BE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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