发布时间：2016-06-21 来源：新东方在线 发布人：zolo
●Get on：进行 "Tom is sluggish. I wonder how he is getting on in his new work." ??
●Get through：完成 "There isn't much time left. How can one get through all this work before the office closes? "
●Get over：恢复过来 "The rich woman was so upset at the loss of her beloved puppy that it was hard for her to get over the shock."
●Get...down：使……消沉 "Miss Lim told me that his poor academic performance got her down.
●Get down to：认真做 "It is sometimes difficult to get down to serious work after a long holiday ."
●Get round/around：回避 "What will happen will happen. I see no way of getting round the imponderables."
●Get on for：(常以进行时态出现)将近 "No one knows about that film star's actual age, but it must be getting on for 50 years old."
●Get away/off with：逃避处罚 "The police have not let anyone get away with his or her illegal act."
●Get...across：把(讯息等)传达给 "The minister tried to get his ideas across to the masses of people. "
●Get back at：向……报仇 "I notice that people often get back at whoever is unkind to them."
●Get back to：再与……联络 "Sorry , I am busy at the moment. Let me get back to you later"
●Get in with：与……保持良好关系 "James joined a high-class club to get in with influential people there."
●Get...off：寄出 "The manager asked his secretary to get all the letters off before 5p.m."
●Get...out：推出产品、出版 "As a rule, manufacturers will get their new products out before Christmas. / Jason will get another book out soon ."
●Get on with：继续进行 "It is time to turn off the TV and get on with your unfinished home work."
●Get at：(常以进行式出现)批评、暗示 "Henry's wife is getting at him for not helping with the household chores . / I don't know what Peter was getting at when he said that his secretary could be more successful as a fashion model."
●Get by：应付 "In Singapore, some people cannot get by on only one source of income."
●Get in：被选 "Which party will get in this time, the Republican Party or the Democratic Party?"
●Get along：继续过话、相处 "I think all can get along quite well without being rich. / Do you get along well with your new colleagues?"
●Get out of：摆脱、获利 "You should get out of your smoking habit, the sooner the better. / Michael organised the holiday trip, but I don't know what will he get out of it。