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to get it [understand] draufkommen [ugs.] [begreifen]
to get it (about) right seine Sache (ganz) gut machen
to get it in the neck [Br.] [coll.] eins auf die Nase kriegen [ugs.] [fig.]
to get it in the neck [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] eins aufs Dach kriegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to get it in the neck [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] gescholten werden
to get it on [coll.] rummachen [ugs.]
to get it on [coll.] es ins Rollen bringen [ugs.]
to get it on [coll.]es miteinander treiben [ugs.]
to get it on (with sb.) [coll.] [have sexual intercourse] es (mit jdm.) treiben [ugs.] [(mit jdm.) geschlechtlich verkehren]
to get it through sb.'s headjdm. etw. klarmachen
to get it together [coll.] sich zusammenraufen [ugs.] [sich miteinander arrangieren]
to get it up [sl.]einen hoch bekommen [ugs.]
to get it up [vulg.] [erection]einen hochkriegen [vulg.] [Erektion]
to get it wronges ganz falsch verstehen
to get its / their leaves [tree, plant] sich beblättern [selten für: Blätter bekommen]
to get jammed (sich) verklemmen
to get jammedklemmen [schiebende Teile, z. B. Schubladen]
to get jammedsich spießen [österr.] [südd.] [sich verklemmen]
to get juiced up (on) [sl.] [esp. Am.] sich volllaufen lassen (mit) [ugs.]
to get jumped [coll.]überrumpelt werden
to get jumped (on) [coll.] angegriffen werden
to get kept by sb. [financially supported] sich von jdm. aushalten lassen
to get kicked out [coll.]hochkantig rausfliegen [ugs.]
to get kicked out of one's home [coll.] [by one's parents] zu Hause rausfliegen [ugs.]
to get kicked up the ladder wegbefördert werden
to get kidnappedentführt werden
to get killedumgebracht werden
to get killed in action(im Einsatz) fallen [getötet werden]
to get knifed niedergestochen werden
to get knocked out of one's stride [idiom]seine Linie verlieren [Redewendung]
to get knocked up [coll.] geschwängert werden
to get labeled [fig.] [Am.] abgestempelt werden [fig.]
to get laid [coll.] mit jdm. Sex haben
to get laid (by sb.) [vulg.]sich (von jdm.) flachlegen lassen [vulg.]
to get laid off entlassen werden
to get laughed at ausgelacht werden
to get left behindzurückgelassen werden
to get left high and dry [fig.]im Stich gelassen werden
to get left in the lurch im Stich gelassen werden
to get left out [to be not included] außen vor bleiben
to get life [coll.] [to receive a life sentence]lebenslänglich bekommen
to get light [in the morning] hell werden
to get liquored up [Am.] [coll.] sich [Dat.] einen ansaufen [ugs.] [salopp]
to get liquored up [esp. Am.] [coll.] sich volllaufen lassen [ugs.]
to get little thanks Undank ernten
to get livid [coll.]sich totärgern [ugs.]
to get long in the tooth [idiom]in die Jahre kommen [Redewendung]
to get looseloskommen
to get lost abhanden kommen [alt]
to get lost verloren gehen
to get lost verlorengehen
to get lostverschütt gehen [ugs.]
to get lost abhandenkommen
to get losthopsgehen [ugs.] [verloren gehen]
to get lost sich verlaufen
to get lost verschüttgehen [ugs.]
to get lost [coll.] [to absent oneself]Leine ziehen [ugs.] [sich davonmachen]
to get lost [go astray] sich verirren
to get lost [go missing] flöten gehen [ugs.]
to get lost [while driving] sich verfahren
to get lost in detailsvom Hölzchen aufs Stöckchen kommen
to get lost in details sich im Klein-Klein verlieren [ugs.] [pej.]
to get lost in detailssich in Details / Einzelheiten verlieren
to get lost in sth.sich in etw. [Dat.] verlieren
to get lost in the shuffle [Am.] [Aus.] in der Menge untergehen
to get lost in the shuffle [people]in der Menge untergehen [fig.]
to get lost in the shuffle [things] (in der Menge) verloren gehen [Dinge]
to get lots of exposureganz groß herauskommen
to get lots of exposure große Beachtung finden
to get low knapp werden
to get lowsinken
to get lucky [sl.] [get laid]flachgelegt werden [ugs.]
to get madsauer reagieren
to get madwütend werden
to get mad [coll.] sauer werden
to get mad [coll.]in Brass kommen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to get mad [coll.] [become angry] einen Föhn kriegen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich aufregen, die Geduld verlieren]
to get mad at sb./sth.wegen jdm./etw. durchdrehen [ugs.]
to get maggoted [Aus.] [sl.] [very drunk] sich zusaufen [ugs.]
to get married sich trauen lassen
to get married sich verehelichen
to get married [of a woman]unter die Haube kommen [veraltet, sonst hum.]
to get married at a registry office [Br.]standesamtlich heiraten
to get married in a civil (wedding) ceremony standesamtlich heiraten
to get married in a registry office sich standesamtlich trauen lassen
to get married in a registry officestandesamtlich heiraten
to get married in white in Weiß heiraten
to get married to sb.sich mit jdm. verheiraten
to get married (to sb.)(jdn.) heiraten
to get merry [Br.] [coll.] [to get slightly drunk] sich [Dat.] einen andudeln [ugs.] [sich betrinken]
to get messed up [e. g. wool, thread, hair] sich [Akk.] verwursteln [ugs.]
to get messed up [e. g. wool, thread, hair]sich [Akk.] verwurschteln [österr.] [ugs.]
to get miffed at sth. [coll.] sich über etw. ärgern
to get mileage out of sth. Nutzen aus etw. ziehen [Profit, Vorteil]
to get mindlessly pissed [sl.] [Br.] sich sinnlos besaufen [ugs.]
to get mixed updurcheinander geraten [alt]
to get mixed up durcheinandergeraten
to get mixed up in politics [coll.] sich in die Politik mengelieren [ugs.] [nordd.]
to get mixed up with sb. sich mit jdm. einlassen
to get moldy [Am.]verschimmeln
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