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get  Verb
Plural: gets
  1. Translate "get" to Spanish: conseguir, adquirir, comprarse, hacerse de, lograr, obtener, abastecerse de, agenciarse, alcanzar, conseguirse, lograr obtener, procurarse
    English Synonyms of "get": achieve, go to get, obtain, bring off, come at, come by, come up with, get made
    Define meaning of "get": Receive a specified treatment (abstract). ; Reach by calculation. ; Purchase. ; Come into the possession of something concrete or abstract. ; Achieve a point or goal.; Acquire as a result of some effort or action.
  2. Ann got a huge discount, Ana consiguió un descuento grande.
    These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation.
    His movie received a good review.
    I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions.
    What do you get when you add up these numbers?
    What did you get at the toy store?
    She got a lot of paintings from her uncle.
    They acquired a new pet.
    Get your results the next day.
    Get permission to take a few days off from work.
    Nicklaus had a 70.
    The Brazilian team got 4 goals.
    She made 29 points that day.
    You cannot get water out of a stone.
    Where did she get these news?

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  3. Translate "get" to Spanish: recibir, llegar, percibir, sacar, sacarse
    English Synonyms of "get": receive, be handed, be given, pull, pull down
    Define meaning of "get": Receive a specified treatment (abstract). ; Receive as a retribution or punishment.
  4. They get royalties, Ellos perciben regalías.
    These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation.
    His movie received a good review.
    I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions.
    He got 5 years in prison.

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  5. Translate "get" to Spanish: agarrar, atrapar, capturar, tomar
    English Synonyms of "get": catch, catch hold of, grab, grab at, grab for, grab hold of
    Define meaning of "get": Delay or hold up; prevent from proceeding on schedule or as planned. ; Succeed in catching or seizing, especially after a chase. ; Take hold of so as to seize or restrain or stop the motion of. ; Capture as if by hunting, snaring, or trapping. ; Attract and fix.

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  7. Translate "get" to Spanish: tener, ocurrirse, venirse
    English Synonyms of "get": conceive, think up, have got, come up with, have, have at one's disposal
    Define meaning of "get": Of mental or physical states or experiences.
  8. Get an idea.
    Experience vertigo.
    Get nauseous.
    Undergo a strange sensation.
    The chemical undergoes a sudden change.
    The fluid undergoes shear.
    Receive injuries.
    Have a feeling.

  9. Translate "get" to Spanish: traer
    English Synonyms of "get": bring, bring along, bring in, bring up, bring over, get along
    Define meaning of "get": Cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition. ; Go or come after and bring or take back.
  10. He got his squad on the ball.
    This let me in for a big surprise.
    He got a girl into trouble.
    Get me those books over there, please.
    Could you bring the wine?
    The dog fetched the hat.

  11. Translate "get" to Spanish: quedarse, volverse, hacerse, quedar, resultar
    English Synonyms of "get": become, grow, remain, be getting to be, continue to be, get to be, go, make oneself
    Define meaning of "get": Enter or assume a certain state or condition.
  12. She got happy, she became happy, Ella quedó alegre.
    He became annoyed when he heard the bad news.
    It must be getting more serious.
    Her face went red with anger.
    She went into ecstasy.
    Get going!


  13. Translate "get" to Spanish: ponerse
    English Synonyms of "get": grow, become
    Define meaning of "get": Enter or assume a certain state or condition.
  14. I get happy, Yo me pongo feliz.
    He became annoyed when he heard the bad news.
    It must be getting more serious.
    Her face went red with anger.
    She went into ecstasy.
    Get going!

  15. Translate "get" to Spanish: contraer, dar, adquirir, atrapar, coger, pescar
    English Synonyms of "get": catch, acquire, contract
    Define meaning of "get": Be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness.
  16. I catched a cold, Me dio gripe (contraje una gripe).
    He got AIDS.
    She came down with pneumonia.
    She took a chill.

  17. Translate "get" to Spanish: captar, detectar
    English Synonyms of "get": detect
    Define meaning of "get": Apprehend and reproduce accurately. ; Perceive by hearing.
  18. The camera detects movement, La cámara capta el movimiento.
    She really caught the spirit of the place in her drawings.
    She got the mood just right in her photographs.
    I didn't catch your name.
    She didn't get his name when they met the first time.


  19. Translate "get" to Spanish: alcanzar
    English Synonyms of "get": reach up for
    Define meaning of "get": Reach with a blow or hit in a particular spot. ; Reach and board.
  20. The rock caught her in the back of the head.
    The blow got him in the back.
    The punch caught him in the stomach.
    She got the bus just as it was leaving.

  21. Translate "get" to Spanish: ponerse a
    English Synonyms of "get": begin to, start to, get to, set about, set about to, set to, set to the task to
    Define meaning of "get": Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action.
  22. We began working at dawn.
    Who will start?
    Get working as soon as the sun rises!
    The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia.
    He began early in the day.
    Let's get down to work now.

  23. Translate "get" to Spanish: comprender, entender
    English Synonyms of "get": comprehend, understand, grasp, collar, cop, glahm, glaum, glom
    Define meaning of "get": Grasp with the mind or develop an undersatnding of.
  24. Did you catch that allusion?
    We caught something of his theory in the lecture.
    Don't catch your meaning.
    Did you get it?
    She didn't get the joke.
    I just don't get him.


  25. Translate "get" to Spanish: ir por
    English Synonyms of "get": go to get, go for, go get

  26. Translate "get" to Spanish: lograrse, crearse, llevarse
    English Synonyms of "get": get for oneself, be in for, create for oneself, create oneself, take
  27. You will be in for a surprise, Te llevarás una sorpresa.

  28. Translate "get" to Spanish: llegar
    English Synonyms of "get": arrive, be along, come, get here, get over, pull in, get there
    Define meaning of "get": Reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress.
  29. She arrived home at 7 o'clock.
    She didn't get to Chicago until after midnight.

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  30. Translate "get" to Spanish: poner
    English Synonyms of "get": make, turn, render
    Define meaning of "get": Give certain properties to something.
  31. Get someone mad.
    She made us look silly.
    He made a fool of himself at the meeting.
    Don't make this into a big deal.
    This invention will make you a millionaire.
    Make yourself clear.

  32. Translate "get" to Spanish: salir
    Define meaning of "get": Leave immediately; used usually in the imperative form.
  33. I got a pimple, Me salió una espinilla.
    Scram!

  34. Translate "get" to Spanish: poner atención a
    English Synonyms of "get": attend to, heed, attend, mind, pay attention to, catch, check, check out
    Define meaning of "get": Get down to; pay attention to; take seriously.


  35. Translate "get" to Spanish: dejar perplejo, asombrar
    English Synonyms of "get": baffle, bewilder, confound, disconcert, dizzy, dumbfound, dumfound, puzzle
    Define meaning of "get": Be a mystery or bewildering to.

get  Noun
  1. Translate "get" to Spanish: bastardo, hijo de puta, cabrón
    English Synonyms of "get": bastard, SOB, son of a bitch, dickhead, despicable person, git, sod
    Define meaning of "get": Insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous.

  2. Translate "get" to Spanish: provecho
    English Synonyms of "get": advantage, benefit, privilege, gain
    Define meaning of "get": Benefit resulting from some event or action. ; The quality of having a superior or more favorable position.


  3. Translate "get" to Spanish: descendencia
    English Synonyms of "get": descendants, offspring, progeny, descendancy, descent, succession
    Define meaning of "get": All of the offspring of a given progenitor.

Verb Conjugation for "get"
Gerund: getting

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Conceptually-related expressions of "get"
about to get
acquire something hard to get
an open mouth is the best way to get hooked
as good as it gets
avoid procrastination and you will get ahead
barely enough to get by
bargain and haggle in an attempt to get lower prices
be able to get there
be able to get to
be afraid to get married
be allowed to get through
be getting
be going to get
be lucky enough to get
be made to get up
be starting to get cold
be supposed to get there to
be too busy get contempt
be unable to get rid of
book written just to get money
can use all the luck one can get
castle gate is open king might get decapitated
deceitful story told to get money
do everything to try to get
do not even get to
do not get any sleep
do not get on with
don't get any ideas
don't get excited
don't get so excited
don't play with fire you can get burned
easy to get along with
familiar get-together
freelance photographer who pursues celebrities to get photographs of them
from the get-go
give it all you've got
go get
go get it
go-getting
go out to get
go out to get drunk
go to get
go to get lunch
hard-to-get
hard to get along with
have a get-together
have got
he can't get over it
he didn't get perturbed
he who plays with fire gets burnt
I can't get over it
I didn't quite get that
I don't get it
I get it
I got it
if you don't ask you won't get
if you play with fire you get burned
ill-gotten
impossible to get
in position to get
it's as good as it gets
just enough to get by
know whom to talk to get
let get away with
let me get this straight
let's get it over with
line of persons waiting to get food
man who is difficult to get along with
manage to get
manage to get away
manage to get in
manage to get into
manage to get loose
manage to get out of
need all the luck one can get
now I get it
now let me get this straight
person easy to get drunk
play hard to get
play-hard-to-get
representative of a company who visits potential customers to show samples and get orders
scratch around for something hard to get
scratch for something hard to get
shady get-together
slowly you will get there
something easily gotten
spend as you get
start to get worse
strive to get
tell to get lost
tendency to get depressed
that's the thanks you get
the dealer gets
the get-go
the rich get richer
the squeaky wheel gets oiled
they can't get over it
try and get some sleep
we'll take what we can get
what's got into you
what's got you
what's gotten into him
what's gotten into you
What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get
what-you-see-is-what-you-get
what you see is what you get
what-you-see-is-what-you-get display
whatever one can get
when the going gets tough the tough get going
when you cannot get what want
which gets deeper
which gets worse
wich gets ripe
woman who is difficult to get along with
you don't know what you're getting into
you name it and we've got it
you've got it
you won't get away with it
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