get on

listen to the pronunciation of get on
English - Turkish

Bir sonraki uçağa binmek mümkün mü? - Is it possible to get on the next flight?

O trene binmek zorundayım. - I have to get on that train.

geçinmek: They get on well. Birbiriyle iyi geçiniyorlar
(taşıta) binmek
(deyim) anlaşmak. get on to someone
(Getting on [in years]) Yaşlanmak
trene binmek

Bu trene binmek zorundayım. - I've got to get on this train.

O trene binmek zorundayım. - I have to get on that train.

otobüse binmek

Otobüse binmek için bir bilet almalısın. - You must buy a ticket to get on the bus.

ayrılıp gitmek
idare etmek
iyi gitmek
birbiriyle geçinmek

Treni kaçırırsam, otobüse bineceğim. - If I miss the train, I'll get on the bus.

JR Chuo Line'a binersin. - You get on the JR Chuo Line.

ayağa kalkmak
(bir konuya) girmek
with (bir iş) ile meşgul olmak
gitmek: "We'd better be getting on. -Gitmeliyiz."
konuşma dili -i azarlamak, -e çıkışmak
(zaman) ilerlemek; towards (belirli bir zaman) yaklaşmak; towards (saat) (belirli bir saate) gelmek/yaklaşmak
birbiriyle iyi geçinmek
idare etmek, yapmak; ile arası ... olmak: "How will he get on over there? - Orada nasıl yapacak?", "He'll get on fine. - İyi olacak./Becerir o.", "How's she getting on in French? - Fransızcayla arası nasıl?"
(-e) binmek; (-e) çıkmak
(Fiili Deyim ) binmek , bindirmek
(deyim) izini araştirip bulmak
(deyim) temas kurup gorüşmek. get on with sth. devam etmek. get a move on (kd) acele etmek get on someone's nerves sinirine dokunmak get on top of someone/sth. 1.birine ağır gelmek 2.bir işi kontrol altına almak,bir şeyi başarıyla yapmakya da zor kısmını bitirmek
(deyim) 1.ilerlemek,iyileşmek. 2.becermek,başarmak. 3.geç kalmak,yaşlanmak
get on well
get on with
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- -e devam etmek 2- ..ile geçinmek
get on with
biriyle iyi geçinmek
get it on
(Argo) cinsel ilişkiye girmek
get it on
(Argo) aşk yaşamak
get it on
(Argo) seks yapmak
get it on
(Argo) götürmek
get on for
get on well
get on with
mutabık kalmak
get on with
birisiyle uyuşmak
get on with
iyi geçinmek
get on with
işine gücüne bakmak
get on with
işinin başına dönmek
get on with
devam etmek

Tom hayatına devam etmek istiyordu. - Tom wanted to get on with his life.

Hayatıma devam etmek istiyorum. - I want to get on with my life.

get on with
işini sürdürmek
get on for
get on for
get on for
get on for
için üzerine olsun
get on nerve
birinin sinirine dokunmak
get on well
arkadaşça ilişki kurmak,iyi geçinmek
get on with
get on with
ile geçinmek
get on with
-e devam etmek
get on with
get on with sb: biriyle geçinmekget on with the job: işiyle başa çıkmakto be easy get on with: geçinilmesi kolay olmak
get on to
anlamaya başlamak
English - English
To have a good relationship; to get along

I wish you and I could learn to get on.

To progress (with)

It's time to get on with improving quality.

To commence (an action)

The dishes need washing, the floor needs vacuuming, the laundry needs folding. Get on it!.

To become late

Time is getting on.

To board or mount (something), especially a vehicle

Please get on the bus as quickly as possible.

To be successful

She's getting on very well at school.

To become old

My parents are visibly getting on a bit these days.

To enter a vehicle

She has no trouble getting off a bus but has difficulty getting on.

(Getting on [in years]) Get old
grow old or older; "She aged gracefully"; "we age every day--what a depressing thought!"; "Young men senesce"
radio, etc
If you get on with someone, you like them and have a friendly relationship with them. The host fears the guests won't get on What are your neighbours like? Do you get on with them? = get along
grow late or (of time) elapse; "It is getting on midnight--let's all go to bed!"
"The news won't be on tonight" grow late or (of time) elapse; "It is getting on midnight--let's all go to bed!
If you get on with something, you continue doing it or start doing it. Jane got on with her work Let's get on
"The news won't be on tonight"
appear in a show, on T
grow late or (of time) elapse; "It is getting on midnight--let's all go to bed!
{f} embark; enter a bus or train or plane (e.g. "She got on the bus about 40 minutes ago")
get on the back of; "mount a horse"
appear in a show, on T V , radio, etc ; "The news won't be on tonight"
have smooth relations; "My boss and I get along very well"
If you try to get on, you try to be successful in your career. Politics is seen as a man's world. It is very difficult for women to get on
develop in a positive way; "He progressed well in school"; "My plants are coming along"; "Plans are shaping up"
If you say how someone is getting on, you are saying how much success they are having with what they are trying to do. Livy's getting on very well in Russian. She learns very quickly When he came back to see me I asked how he had got on
If someone is getting on, they are getting old. I'm nearly 31 and that's getting on a bit for a footballer
{f} proceed, advance; succeed, manage well; agree with
get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc )
get it on
To have sex

I can see the sparks between us, let's get it on, baby!.

get it on
To invite an opponent to a fight, or to agree to a fight.''

You want a piece of me? OK, let's get it on!.

get it on
To hurry up; to get a move on

I need to get it on, there's not much time left.

get on with
To proceed with; to begin or continue

I have to get on with my spring cleaning.

get on with
To have a good relationship with

Peter did not get on with his mother-in-law.

get on with
Have smooth relations, get along with, get on, get along

My boss and I get along very well.

get it on
have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
get it on
work hard to develop a relationship (with someone); have sex with (Vulgar Slang)
get on to
If you get on to a topic when you are speaking, you start talking about it. We got on to the subject of relationships
get on to
If you get on to someone, you contact them in order to ask them to do something or to give them some information. I got on to him and explained some of the things I had been thinking of
get on with
have smooth relations; "My boss and I get along very well"
get on with
continue, resume
get on