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Definition of get on with phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

get on with

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb Friendly, Friends
 
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Phrasal Verbs

get on with somebody

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get on (together)

(both British English) (also get along with somebody, get along (together) North American English, British English)
 
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 to have a friendly relationship with somebody She's never really got on with her sister. She and her sister have never really got on. We get along just fine together. See related entries: Friendly, Friends
  1. 1  (also get along with something) used to talk or ask about how well somebody is doing a task I'm not getting on very fast with this job.
  2. 2  to continue doing something, especially after an interruption Be quiet and get on with your work. (informal) Get on with it! We haven't got all day.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: get on with