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[ɡɛt] got vb: pt, pp gotten Am pp
1. vt
1) (obtain by effort: money, visa) ottenere, procurarsi, (results, permission) avere, ottenere, (find: job, flat) trovare, (buy) comprare, prendere, (fetch: person, doctor) chiamare, (object) prendere, (Telec: number) avere, (TV, Radio: channel, station) prendere

to get breakfast — preparare la colazione

can I get you a drink? — bevi qualcosa?

to get sth for sb — prendere or procurare qc a qn

I'll get it for you — vado a prendertelo io

I've still got one to get — me ne manca ancora uno

I've been trying to get you (on the phone) all morning — ti ho cercato tutta la mattina al telefono

2) (receive: present, letter) ricevere, (prize) ricevere, vincere, (acquire: reputation) farsi

how much did you get for it? — quanto ti hanno dato?

he got 5 years for robbery — si è beccato 5 anni per rapina

he gets it from his father — in questo prende da suo padre

where did you get that idea from? — come ti sei fatta quest'idea?

I didn't get much from the film — quel film non mi è parso un granché

get it into your head that ... — mettiti bene in testa che...

I'll get it! — (phone) rispondo io!, (door) vado io!

this room gets very little sun — questa stanza è poco soleggiata

he's in it for what he can get — lo fa per interesse

3) (catch) prendere, acchiappare, (hit: target) colpire

the bullet got him in the leg — il proiettile l'ha colpito alla gamba

to get sb by the arm/throat — afferrare qn per un braccio/alla gola

I'll get you for that! fam — ti faccio vedere io!

you've got me there! fam — m'hai preso in castagna!

got you! fam — beccato!

4) (take, move) portare

crying won't get you anywhere — piangere non serve a niente

the discussion got us nowhere — la discussione non è servita a nulla

to get sth past customs — riuscire a far passare qc alla dogana

we'll get you there somehow — in un modo o nell'altro ti ci portiamo

to get sth to sb — far avere qc a qn

I'll never get this upstairs — non riuscirò mai a portarlo di sopra

where will that get us? fam — ma a che pro?

5) (understand) afferrare, capire, comprendere, (hear) sentire

I've got it! — ci sono arrivato!, ci sono!

get it? fam — capito?

I don't get it fam — non capisco, non ci arrivo

sorry, I didn't get your name — scusi, non ho capito il suo nome

6) (fam: annoy) dare ai nervi a
7) (fam: thrill) toccare

(have, possess) to have got — avere

how many have you got? — quanti ne hai?


to get sth done(do o.s.) fare qc, (have done by sb else) far fare qc

I wonder how he got his leg broken — mi chiedo come abbia fatto a rompersi la gamba

to get one's hair cut — farsi tagliare i capelli

to get one's hands dirty — sporcarsi le mani

to get the washing/dishes done — fare il bucato/i piatti

to get sb drunk — (far) ubriacare qn

to get the car going or to go — mettere in moto or far partire la macchina

to get sb/sth ready — preparare qn/qc

to get sb to do sth — far fare qc a qn

I can't get the lock to turn — non riesco a far scattare la serratura

2. vi
1) (go) andare, (reach) arrivare

I've got as far as page 10 — sono arrivato (fino) a pagina 10

he won't get far — non andrà lontano

to get from — andare da

how did you get here? — come sei venuto?

to get home — arrivare or tornare a casa

to get nowhere fig — non approdare a nulla

to get somewhere — avere dei risultati

to get to — andare a, (reach) arrivare a

2) (become, be) diventare, farsi

to get (o.s.) dirty — sporcarsi

to get killed — venire or rimanere ucciso (-a)

it's getting late — si sta facendo tardi

how did it get like that? fam — come ha fatto a ridursi così?

to get married — sposarsi

to get old — invecchiare

when do I get paid? — quando mi pagate?

to get tired — stancarsi

to get used to sth — abituarsi a qc

I'm not getting any younger! — il tempo passa anche per me!

3) (begin) mettersi a, cominciare a

let's get going or started — muoviamoci!

to get talking to sb — mettersi a parlare con or a qn

to get to know sb — cominciare a conoscere meglio qn

I'm getting to like him — incomincia a piacermi

4) modal aux vb

why have I got to do it? — perché devo farlo?

you've got to tell the police — devi dirlo alla polizia


(be allowed to) I never get to go on holiday on my own — non riesco mai ad andare in vacanza da sola

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