get in definition

  • interjection:
    • An exclamation of happiness.
    • An exclamation of happiness.
    • An exclamation of pleasure.
    • An exclamation of delight.
    • An exclamation of joy.
    • An exclamation of pleasure.
    • An exclamation of delight.
    • An exclamation of pleasure.
  • verb:
    • to get involved with or inside anything, literally or figuratively.
    • To enter a location; to get accessibility.
    • To secure membership at a selective college.
    • To be chosen to some workplace.
    • achieve a large method; reach the most truly effective
    • to come or get into
    • of trains; move into (a station)
    • secure a location in a college, institution, etc.
    • To get into or inside some thing, literally or figuratively.
    • To enter a spot; to gain access.
    • To secure membership at a selective school.
    • To be chosen for some company.
    • To get into or inside one thing, virtually or figuratively.
    • To enter someplace; to achieve accessibility.
    • To secure account at a selective college.
    • is chosen for some company.
    • achieve a huge means; get to the most effective
    • ahead or go into
    • flourish in a big means; get to the very best
    • of trains; transfer to (a station)
    • in the future or get into
    • secure a spot in a college, college, etc.
    • of trains; transfer to (a station)
    • secure a place in a college, institution, etc.
    • to find yourself in or inside something, literally or figuratively.
    • to get involved with or inside something, actually or figuratively.
    • To enter a place; to get accessibility.
    • To enter a location; to achieve accessibility.
    • To secure membership at a selective school.
    • To secure account at a selective college.
    • to-be chosen for some company.
    • To be elected to some company.
    • achieve a big way; get to the top
    • succeed in a big method; arrive at the very best
    • To get into or inside some thing, literally or figuratively.
    • to come or enter
    • ahead or go into
    • To enter somewhere; to achieve access.
    • of trains; move into (a station)
    • to get involved with or inside something, literally or figuratively.
    • of trains; move into (a station)
    • To secure membership at a selective college.
    • secure somewhere in a college, institution, etc.
    • To enter a spot; to achieve accessibility.
    • secure a place in a college, institution, etc.
    • To secure account at a selective school.
    • To be elected for some workplace.
    • flourish in a large means; get to the most effective
    • to come or go into
    • of trains; move into (a station)
    • secure a spot in a college, university, etc.
    • to-be elected for some office.
    • flourish in a large method; arrive at the utmost effective
    • to come or go into
    • of trains; transfer to (a station)
    • secure someplace in a college, college, etc.
    • to find yourself in or inside one thing, actually or figuratively.
    • To enter somewhere; to achieve access.
    • To secure membership at a selective college.
    • is elected to some office.
    • flourish in a huge method; get to the top
    • ahead or get into
    • of trains; transfer to (a station)
    • secure somewhere in a college, college, etc.

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