Although the verb 'get' has its meaning, it holds a special meaning with some prepositions. The most commonly used phrasal verbs with 'get' are listed below.
to have an amiable or friendly relationship
• I don't really get along with him.
to manage to express something clearly
• He's good at getting his ideas across.
to make progress; to become more successful
• I want to get ahead in my career.
1. to go away for a holiday
• I will get away for a few days.
2. to escape
• The robber got away from the police.
1. to cause someone to become sad or depressed
• Rude people get me down.
2. to take a note; to write down
• Did you get the number down?
1. to continue doing something
• We must get on with the job.
2. to board
• He has just got on the bus.
to become known
• He didn't want his secret getting out.
to stop having a particular habit
• I can't get out of this habit.
to overcome a difficulty; to recover from an illness
• We will get over this difficulty.
1. to get out of bed after sleeping; to make someone get out of bed after sleeping
• I always get up early.
• Can you get me up at 7?
2. to stand up
• He got up and hug me.