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get at sbphrasal verb (CRITICIZE) 
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UK (US usually get on sb ) to criticize a person repeatedly in a way thatmakes them unhappy
He keeps getting at me and I really don't know what I've done wrong.
(Definition of get at sb (CRITICIZE) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)

get awayphrasal verbShare this 

to leave or escape from a person or place, often when it is difficult to do this
We walked to the next beach to get awayfrom the crowds.
I'll get away from work as soon as I can.

to go somewhere to have a holiday, often because you need to rest
I just need to get away for a few days.
We've decided to go toScotland to get away from it all.
get into sbphrasal verb
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If you do not know what has got into someone, you do not understandwhy they are behaving strangely
I can't think what's got into him. He doesn't usually make such a fuss.
get offphrasal verb
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to leave a place, usually in order to start a journey
If we can get off by seven o'clock, the roads will be clearer.

informal to leave work with permission, usually at the end of the dayHow early can you get off this afternoon?
get alongphrasal verb (BE FRIENDLY) 
mainly US (mainly UK get on)
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If two or morepeople get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other
I don't really get along with my sister's husband.
get outphrasal verb (LEAVE)
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to leave a closed vehicle, building, etc
I'll get out when you stop at the traffic lights.
(Definition of get out (LEAVE) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's...
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