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- v. Used other than as an idiom: see get, it.
- v. To get what's coming to one: to feel someone's wrath; to receive punishment; to receive a retaliation; to receive a beating.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. receive punishment
- v. understand, usually after some initial difficulty
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No, I'm telling you he'sgoingto chop it up if we don't get it out of there today.
“I tode you Jesus would get it for me!” she beamed.
I kicked in $500 to get it going, and we printed the T-shirts on a silk-screen machine my brother Marty had in his garage.
During an appointment at the University Hospital in Birmingham I was told that I was not only a perfect candidate for the surgery called an upper and lower advancement, but that I could get it for almost nothing by serving as ateaching tool;several med students and a film crew would accompany Dr. Matthias, the attending surgeon.
Sen. Baker thinks he can get it through the Senate.
A desperate few, like Prof M.C. Arun of Manipur University, chose to bring out his college days 'bicycle from the family storeroom and get it repaired for
Anyone who could start a normal truck and get it into gear would be able to drive the Liebherr.
My daughter is in day care, and if she gets sick for a few days then I usually get it and I get sick for weeks—which brings on a flare and then I need more immune-suppressing drugs.
Just get it over with, Noelle said in my ear as Ariana politely shook the Hands of Evil.
But they'll never be able to get it across the Rocky Mountains. . .