get englannista suomeksi
hoksata, tajuta, ymmärtää
saada tauti, sairastua
hakea, viedä, toimittaa, tuoda
ärsyttää, ottaa päähän, vaivata
kostaa, käydä kimppuun
koitua tuhoksi, tehdä selvää
saada jku tekemään jtak
tulla jksik, alkaa tehdä jtak, alkaa olla jtak, saada tehdä jtak
tavoittaa, saada puhelimeen, saada langan päähän
To have. (n-g)
- Get thee out from this land.
(RQ:Knolles Turkes)got himself(..)to the strong town of Mega.
To become, or cause oneself to become.
November 1, 1833, (w), ''Table Talk''
- His chariot wheels get hot by driving fast.
To cause to become; to bring about.
To cause to do.
(RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)
To cause to come or go or move.
To cover (a certain distance) while travelling.
To begin (doing something or to do something).
To understand. (qualifier)
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To be. (non-gloss definition)
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To find as an answer.
To bring to reckoning; to catch (as a criminal); to effect retribution.
To beget (of a father).
2009, (w), ''(w)'', Fourth Estate 2010, page 310:
- Walter had said, dear God, Thomas, it was St fucking Felicity if I'm not mistaken, and her face was to the wall for sure the night I got you.
1966, Dorothy Fields, ''If My Friends Could See Me Now'' (song)
- Brother, get her! Draped on a bedspread made from three kinds of fur!
2007, Tom Dyckhoff, http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2007/may/12/shopping.homes1 Let's move to ..., ''The Guardian'':
- Money's pouring in somewhere, because Churchgate's got lovely new stone setts, and a cultural quarter (ooh, get her) is promised.
1991, Theodore Dreiser, T. D. Nostwich, ''Newspaper Days'', University of Pennsylvania Press (ISBN), page 663
- Get, now — get! — before I call an officer and lay a charge against ye.
1952, Fredric Brown and Mack Reynolds, ''Me and Flapjack and the Martians''
- I had a sneaking suspicion that it wasn't no flashlight and I wasn't too curious, just then, to find out what would happen if he did more than wave it at me, so I got. I went back about twenty feet or so and watched.
2010, Sarah Webb, ''The Loving Kind'', Pan Macmillan (ISBN):
- &39;Go on, get. You look a state. We can&39;t let Leo see you like that.&39;
2012, Paul Zindel, ''Ladies at the Alamo'', Graymalkin Media ((ISBN)):
- Now go on, get! Get! Get! (''she chases Joanne out the door with the hammer.'')
2016, April Daniels, ''Dreadnought'', Diversion Books ((ISBN)):
- "(..) and then I'll switch over to the police band to know when the bacon's getting ready to stick its nose in. When I tell you to get, you get, understand?" Calamity asks as she retapes the earbud into her ear.
''They’re coming to get you, Barbara.''
To make acquisitions; to gain; to profit.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)
1810, Thomas Hornby Morland, ''The genealogy of the English race horse'' (page 71)
- At the time when I am making these observations, one of his colts is the first favourite for the Derby; and it will be recollected, that a filly of his get won the Oaks in 1808.
1999, (w), ''A Clash of Kings'', Bantam 2011, page 755:
- ‘You were a high lord's get. Don't tell me Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell never killed a man.’
A difficult return or block of a shot.
Something gained; an acquisition.
Although get is the original word, the derived word git is more common.-->
2013, Dan Cohn-Sherbok, George D. Chryssides, Dawoud El-Alami, ''Love, Sex and Marriage'' (page 143)
- In Israel, rabbinic courts can imprison men until they acquiesce and grant ''gets'' to their wives.
(verb form of)
A bead made of jet.
A jet-black pigment.