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get along

mainly US ( mainly UK get on) phrasal verb with get
 
 
/ɡet/ verb ( present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got, US gotten)
BE FRIENDS If two or more people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other: I don't really get along with my sister's husband.Being, becoming friends and getting to know someone
DEAL WITH to deal with a situation, especially successfully: I wonder how Michael's getting along in his new job?Coping and not copingDealing with things or peopleTolerating and enduring
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