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get it together

to make a ​decision or take ​positiveaction: We would have ​liked to have gone, but we couldn’t get it together to ​drive there.
(Definition of get it together from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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get it together

informal to make a ​decision or take ​positiveaction in ​yourlife: Blake has really got it together since I last ​saw him - he has ​started a new ​job and ​lost a lot of ​weight.
(Definition of get it together from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “get it together”
in Chinese (Simplified) 下定决心, 振作起来,打起精神…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下定決心, 振作起來,打起精神…
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