get along with - like each other and be friendly, get away - leave a place, get down - to move close to the ground, get in - enter to a place or vehicle, get into - become interested in something, get off - to leave a mean of transportation, get out - to move out of an enclosed place, get over - recover from a sickness, get through - complete or finish a task, get together - to meet and spend time together, give away - give something for free, give back - return something from whoever you got it, give up - stop trying doing something, go after - chase and try to catch someone or something, go for - to try to get something or achieve something, go over - to look carefully at something like a report, essay, grow up - to change from being a child to being an adult,

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