get on with somebody


get on with somebody
ˌget ˈon with sb | ˌget ˈon (together) derived
(both BrE) (also ˌget aˈlong with sb, ˌget aˈlong (together) NAmE, BrE) to have a friendly relationship with sb

She's never really got on with her sister.

She and her sister have never really got on.

We get along just fine together.

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  • get off with somebody — ˌget ˈoff with sb derived (informal, especially BrE) to have a sexual or romantic experience with sb; to start a sexual relationship with sb • Steve got off with Tracey at the party. Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

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