Phrasal Verb: Get onto

Phrasal Verb: Get onto


Meaning: Start discussing a topic

Example: We didn't GET ONTO the third item on the agenda.

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Phrasal Verb: Get onto


Meaning: Be elected, appointed

Example: He didn't GET ONTO the committee.

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Meaning: Appear on the radio or TV

Example: He GOT ONTO every major channel after the accident.

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Meaning: Contact someone because you need or want them to do something

Example: We'd better GET ONTO someone to fix this.

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Meaning: Enter a plane, train, etc

Example: She GOT ONTO the plane just before it took off.

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