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get

verb     /ɡet/ ( present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got, US gotten)
OBTAIN [T]
A1 to obtain or buy something приобретать, покупать I need to get some bread on the way home. [+ two objects] I'll try to get you a ticket.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of thingsBuying and selling in general
BRING [T]
A2 to go somewhere and bring back someone or something забирать, доставать и приносить Wait here while I get the car.Transferring and transporting objects
RECEIVE [T]
A1 to receive something or be given something получать Did you get anything nice for your birthday? Guy still hasn't got my email yet.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
UNDERSTAND [T]
B2 to understand something понимать He never gets any of my jokes.Understanding and comprehending
get into/off/through, etc
B1 to move somewhere входить/выходить/проходить и т. д. Get over here right now!General words for movement
get sth into/down/out, etc
to move something somewhere класть что-либо внутрь/снимать сверху/вынимать и т. д. Could you get that bowl down from the shelf for me?General words for movement
get here/there/to the bank, etc
A1 to arrive somewhere приходить сюда/туда/в банк и т. д. What time do you normally get home from work?Arriving, entering and invadingGeneral words for movement
get sb/sth to do sth
B2 to make someone or something do something убедить кого-либо сделать что-либо, добиваться чего-либо Sorry, I couldn't get the window to shut properly.Causing things to happenUrging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
get to do sth
B2 to have an opportunity to do something удаваться, иметь возможность делать что-либо I never get to sit in the front seat.Opportunity Freedom to act
get ill/rich/wet, etc
B1 to become ill/rich/wet, etc заболеть/разбогатеть/промокнуть и т. д. We should go. It's getting late.Being and falling ill
get caught/killed/married, etc
B1 to have something done to you быть пойманным/убитым/жениться и т. д. Starting and beginningStarting again
get sth painted/repaired, etc
B1 to arrange for someone to do something for you, usually for money покрасить/починить и т. д. что-либо (действие совершается кем-либо по желанию говорящего) I need to get my hair cut.Causing things to happen
get cancer/flu/malaria, etc
B1 to become ill or develop an illness заболеть раком/гриппом/малярией и т. д. I feel like I'm getting a cold.Being and falling ill
get a bus/train, etc
A1 to travel somewhere on a bus/train, etc ехать на автобусе/на поезде и т. д. Maybe we should get a taxi home.Boarding and alighting from modes of transportTravelling
get the phone/door informal
B1 to answer someone calling on the telephone or waiting at the door отвечать на телефонный звонок/звонок в дверь Can you get the phone?Communicating by telephone
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