get on

[ɡet ɒn]


  • to be in a good relationship with someone;
  • to manage to to do something successfully;
  • to take place on a plane, train, etc.;
  • to put on clothes;
  • to continue doing something;
  • to appear on a TV show.

Examples 👇

How to get on Gogglebox and how much you earn. The Channel 4 show is a big hit with viewers.

"Do you think Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool players aren't motivated? I bet they are motivated to get on with the job and get this season done.

Editorial: San Mateo County should get on board in COVID-19 fight.

Fourteen million Britons ready to get on their bikes.

Grant Shapps, the transport secretary, has suggested he would not personally get on a crowded bus or tube, following busy scenes this week after Boris Johnson encouraged people to get back to work.

Calculated grade allows students to get on with life.

Is it safe to go to the shops, see a friend or get on a plane?