# Word Explanation Translation Sentences Categories Media
94 get through to survive a difficult period, to survive difficulties poradzić sobie z czymś, przejść przez coś, pomagać
  • He got through the exams and got into high school.
95 get away to run away, to break free, to escape uciec
  • Get away from me!
96 get away to remain unpunished for something one committed uchodzić na sucho
  • Thieves got away with two Picassos, which were never found.
97 get back return wracać
  • When did Mark get back?
98 get in arrive przychodzić, przyjeżdżać
  • Can you tell Mr Harrison to phone me as soon as he gets in?
99 get into enter, come in wsiadać, wchodzić
  • Earlier women and girls always get into a car before men.
100 get off leave a large, closed vehicle wysiadać, wychodzić
  • To get to the train station you have to get off at fifth stop.
101 get on enter a large, closed vehicle wsiadać do, wsiadać na
  • The train was full so we couldn't get on.
102 get on make progress, deal with something with a reasonable degree of success radzić sobie
  • How is she getting on in the marketing course?
104 get out leave a small, closed vehicle wysiadać
  • I got out of the van and went home.
105 get out leave a place, escape wynosić się
  • Get out of my mind!
106 get over recover from an illness or painful experience dochodzić do siebie, pogodzić się z czymś
  • It took him over four years to get over his wife's death.
107 get over to cross sth such as road or river to become accepted to reach the end znaleźć rozwiązanie problemu
  • There were one technical problem but they got over it.
108 get around avoid having to do something. ominąć problem, znaleźć rozwiązanie
  • We still have to get around the lack of resources.
109 get down make someone depressed, make someone unhappy, make someone exhausted zasmucać, przygnębiać
  • I hate winter. It's always getting me down.