from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of get.
- n. act of obtaining
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of obtaining or acquiring; acquisition.
- n. That which is got or obtained; gain; profit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of obtaining, gaining, or acquiring.
- n. Procreation; generation.
- n. Gain; profit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of acquiring something
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Some of the scenarios in The Faithful Spy like they could really happen, so I find myself getting sucked in..getting nervous as events unfold, and also thinking how easy it would be for something similar to happen in real life.
It is remarkable that there is little or nothing to be remembered written on the subject of getting a living: how to make getting a living not merely honest and honorable, but altogether inviting and glorious; for if _getting_ a living is not so, then living is not.
There'll be no trouble getting _to_ Eden, no trouble _getting_ there.
Despite having less chance of re-entering current popular culture than The Word getting recommissioned, the beats are seemingly as big as ever at clubs across the country as Big Beat Reunion spreads its breakbeats and techno-tinged tentacles far and wide.
You can't not do it with the $'s breakdown you show - hope they stay that way - and with more and more of the readers going to sell....the term getting in on the ground floor comes to mind.
I don't see the people who are unaware of the story of the title getting the joke, or finding it clever...
With political stability assured there should be no difficulty in getting from the Irish people themselves all the financing that we want for the development of our industries.
Much as we loved Nathan Jenden's collections for DVF, it was good to see the label getting the shot in the arm a new creative director brings.
Autocompleted results are now grouped together based on whether they're bookmarks or history results -- and they include both the URL and the page title, with the title getting top billing and bolder text.
In Doug's class at Carleton, the students started the term getting a grounding in journalistic ethics, the treatment of sources, the gathering of material, and other basics of good journalism, new or old.