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    #1

    "to get it"

    Hi,
    I have seen it a lot meaning "to understand" and I'd like to know if it's a polite expression that can be used at work or even when talking to strangers.
    Thanks,
    jc

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    #2

    Re: "to get it"

    Yes, you can use it. But "I understand" is better, especially in the work place or professionally.

    Use "I get it" with friends or in casual conversation.
    I

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