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Translation of "get" - English-Japanese dictionary

get

verb   /ɡet/ ( present participle getting, past tense and past participle got, past participle UK got, past participle US gotten)
A1 to receive something ~を受け取る Did you get anything nice for your birthday? Ben still hasn’t got my email.
A1 to obtain or buy something ~を手に入れる, 買う Where did you get your shoes? I got you a ticket.
get a bus, train, taxi, etc. A1 to travel somewhere in a bus, train, or other vehicle (バス、電車、タクシーなど)で行く, ~に乗る Shall we get a taxi to the airport?
A1 to arrive somewhere (~に)着く, 到着する What time do you get home from work?
A2 to go somewhere and bring back someone or something ~を連れて来る, 取って来る Wait here while I get the car.
get rich, sick, wet, etc. B1 to become rich, sick, wet, etc. ~の状態になる(裕福になる、病気になる、ぬれる等) Hurry up – your breakfast is getting cold. It’s getting late – we should go.
B1 to move to a different place or into a different position ~に移動する , ~に入る I saw her getting into his car.
B1 to become sick (病気に)なる, (風邪を)ひく I feel like I’m getting a cold. You can get malaria from mosquitoes.
get caught, bitten, etc. B1 If you get caught, bitten, etc., someone or something catches you, bites you, etc. つかまる、かまれる、等(get + 過去分詞でその動詞の行為を受ける) He got killed in the war.
get something done B1 to arrange for someone to do something for you (get + 目的語 + 過去分詞で)(物・人)に~する, (物・人)を~してもらう Could you get the kids dressed? I need to get my hair cut.
B1 to deal with or answer a ringing phone, a knock on the door, etc. (電話・ドア)に出る Could you get the phone?
get someone/something to do something to make something happen, or make someone or something do something (人・物)に~させる I can’t get my computer to work! I got my dad to pick me up from the station.
get to do something to have the chance to do something ~する機会がある I never got to meet her.
to understand something ~を理解する, ~が分かる He never gets any of my jokes.
(Definition of get from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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