- For Teachers
Meaning: Annoy, irritate
Example: Don't let her GET TO you; she's just in a bad mood.
Example: When I GET TO it, I'll look at the matter carefully.
Meaning: Start discussing a topic
Example: We asked him to GET TO the point, but he just waffled away.
Meaning: Have the opportunity to do something
Example: Last June I GOT TO visit Stonehenge.
Other Phrasal Verbs
We have 66 phrasal verbs with 'GET'