Definitions for get on

Definitions for (verb) get on

Main entry: maturate, mature, get on, senesce, age

Definition: grow old or older

Usage: She aged gracefully; we age every day--what a depressing thought!; Young men senesce

Main entry: advance, get along, get on, progress, come along, come on, shape up

Definition: develop in a positive way

Usage: He progressed well in school; My plants are coming along; Plans are shaping up

Main entry: be on, get on

Definition: appear in a show, on T.V. or radio

Usage: The news won't be on tonight

Main entry: get on

Definition: grow late or (of time) elapse

Usage: It is getting on midnight--let's all go to bed!

Main entry: bestride, mount, mount up, get on, hop on, climb on, jump on

Definition: get up on the back of

Usage: mount a horse

Main entry: board, get on

Definition: get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)

Main entry: get along, get along with, get on, get on with

Definition: have smooth relations

Usage: My boss and I get along very well

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