get on definition

  • verb:
    • To board or attach (one thing), especially an automobile.
    • to reach your goals.
    • To progress (with).
    • to be late.
    • To become old.
    • having an excellent relationship; for along
    • To commence (an action).
    • To board or attach (anything), particularly a vehicle.
    • appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • log in to board of (trains, buses, vessels, plane, etc.)
    • to reach your goals.
    • get fully up regarding straight back of
    • to advance (with).
    • have smooth relations
    • In order to become belated.
    • feel my age or older
    • To become old.
    • develop in a positive means
    • having a good commitment; getting along
    • grow late or (period) elapse
    • To start (an action).
    • come in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • access it board of (trains, buses, vessels, aircraft, etc.)
    • get right up in the straight back of
    • have actually smooth relations
    • grow old or older
    • develop in a positive way
    • grow late or (of the time) elapse
    • To board or mount (something), particularly a car.
    • to reach your goals.
    • to succeed (with).
    • To become belated.
    • to be old.
    • having a good commitment; for along
    • To commence (an action).
    • To board or mount (something), specifically a vehicle.
    • to achieve success.
    • to advance (with).
    • come in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • To board or attach (something), specifically a vehicle.
    • To board or attach (something), particularly a vehicle.
    • To become late.
    • get on board of (trains, buses, boats, aircraft, etc.)
    • To board or mount (some thing), particularly an automobile.
    • To be successful.
    • To be successful.
    • to reach your goals.
    • get up on back of
    • In order to become old.
    • To board or attach (one thing), specially a car.
    • to reach your goals.
    • to advance (with).
    • to succeed (with).
    • having a beneficial relationship; for along
    • have smooth relations
    • To commence (an action).
    • to be belated.
    • to succeed (with).
    • to be late.
    • get old or older
    • In order to become old.
    • To become old.
    • In order to become belated.
    • develop in a confident way
    • to possess a relationship; getting along
    • To have a good commitment; to obtain along
    • In order to become old.
    • grow late or (period) elapse
    • appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • To start (an action).
    • having a good relationship; for along
    • log on to board of (trains, buses, boats, plane, etc.)
    • To start (an action).
    • can be found in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • get right up regarding straight back of
    • get on board of (trains, buses, boats, aircraft, etc.)
    • to advance (with).
    • appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • have smooth relations
    • get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
    • get old or older
    • To become belated.
    • get up from the back of
    • progress in an optimistic way
    • To become old.
    • get-up from the straight back of
    • grow later or (period) elapse
    • have smooth relations
    • to possess an excellent commitment; for along
    • To commence (an action).
    • get old or older
    • develop in a positive method
    • appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • grow later or (of time) elapse
    • get on board of (trains, buses, vessels, aircraft, etc.)
    • To commence (an action).
    • have actually smooth relations
    • get right up from the straight back of
    • have actually smooth relations
    • appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
    • get old or older
    • log in to board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
    • develop in a positive means
    • get up on back of
    • feel my age or older
    • have actually smooth relations
    • grow old or older
    • progress in a positive means
    • grow later or (period) elapse
    • progress in a positive method
    • grow belated or (of the time) elapse
    • grow later or (of the time) elapse
  • interjection:
    • Expresses shock or disbelief.
    • Expresses surprise or disbelief.
    • Expresses surprise or disbelief.
    • Expresses surprise or disbelief.
    • Expresses surprise or disbelief.
    • Expresses shock or disbelief.
    • Expresses shock or disbelief.
    • Expresses surprise or disbelief.

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