get at

listen to the pronunciation of get at
Englisch - Türkisch

İşin gerçeğini kastetmek zorundayız. - We have to get at the truth of the matter.

kastetmek, demek istemek; ima etmek
demek istemek

O, tavana ulaşmak için yeterince uzun değildi. - He wasn't tall enough to get at the ceiling.

zarar vermek

O, tavana ulaşmak için yeterince uzun değildi. - He wasn't tall enough to get at the ceiling.

Raftaki kitaba ulaşamayacak kadar çok kısa. - He is too short to get at the book on the shelf.

al at
zorla yüklemeye çalışmak
rüşvetle etkilemek
üstüne varmak
ortaya çıkarmak
(bir şeyle) meşgul olmak
zarar vermek, kötülük etmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- -e yetişmek , ele geçirmek
(deyim) ogrenmek,edinmek. 3.demek istemek
(deyim) uzanmak,yetismek
(deyim) get at someone [kd]
(deyim) calismaya baslamak
(deyim) rusvet vermek,etkilemek. get at sth
(deyim) elestirmek
-e ulaşmak, -e erişmek
get at to
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Englisch - Englisch
To attack verbally or physically; to annoy, bother

My cat was badly injured after the neighbour's dog got at her.

To understand or ascertain by investigation

We need to get at the root cause of all this.

To manage to gain access to

I have a lot of money in my trust fund. I just can't get at it.

To persuade by intimidation, to tamper with

That was a ridiculous verdict. I think the jury was got at.

To mean, signify

I don't understand. What are you getting at?.

reach, obtain; hint, imply, suggest, allude to; bribe
If you get at the truth about something, you succeed in discovering it. We want to get at the truth. Who killed him? And why? = find out
influence by corruption
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
reach or gain access to; "How does one access the attic in this house?"; "I cannot get to the T V antenna, even if I climb on the roof"
If you ask someone what they are getting at, you are asking them to explain what they mean, usually because you think that they are being unpleasant or are suggesting something that is untrue. `What are you getting at now?' demanded Rick
To get at something means to succeed in reaching it. A goat was standing up against a tree on its hind legs, trying to get at the leaves
get at