en-verb|inf=to get on|gets on|getting on|got on|got on (UK), or gotten on (US)
- transitive To board or mount (something), especially a vehicle.
#:Please get on the bus as quickly as possible.
- intransitive To enter a vehicle.
#:She has no trouble getting off a bus but has difficulty getting on.
- intransitive To be successful.
#:John is really getting on at work.
- intransitive To fare or progress.
#:I hear John has a new job. How's he getting on?
- intransitive To become late.
#:Time is getting on.
- intransitive To become old.
#:My parents are getting on a bit these days.
- intransitive To have a good relationship.
#:I wish you and I could learn to get on.
italbrac|to board a vehicle: board, climb on, embark, get onboard, get onto, mount
italbrac|to enter a vehicle: board, embark, get onboard
italbrac|to be successful: bloom, blossom, come along, succeed, thrive
italbrac|to become late: get late
italbrac|to become old: age, become old, get old
italbrac|to have a good relationship: get along, understand each other or understand one another
italbrac|to board a vehicle: alight from, climb down from, climb off, disembark, exit, get down from, get off, get out of, leave
italbrac|to enter a vehicle: alight, climb down, disembark, exit, get down, get off, get out, leave
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trans-top|to board or mount
trans-top|to enter (a vehicle)
trans-top|to be successful
trans-top|to become late
trans-top|to become old
Finnish: tulla vanhaksi, ikÃ¤Ã¤ntyÃ¤, vanheta
trans-top|to have a good relationship
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