Antonyms for get on
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term get on.
get along with, get on with, get on, get along(verb)
have smooth relations
"My boss and I get along very well"
age, make out, shape up, progress, bestride, come on, climb on, be on, board, come along, senesce, fare, get along, get along with, mount up, get on with, come, mount, advance, do, jump on, mature, hop on, maturate
board, get on(verb)
get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
age, shape up, progress, bestride, come on, climb on, be on, board, come along, senesce, get along, room, get along with, mount up, get on with, mount, advance, jump on, mature, hop on, maturate
hop on, mount, mount up, get on, jump on, climb on, bestride(verb)
get up on the back of
"mount a horse"
age, shape up, maturate, progress, bestride, come on, get along, climb on, be on, wax, board, come along, put on, senesce, go up, get along with, mount up, get on with, advance, climb up, ride, rise, jump on, mature, hop on, climb, mount
grow late or (of time) elapse
"It is getting on midnight--let's all go to bed!"
get on, be on(verb)
appear in a show, on T.V. or radio
"The news won't be on tonight"
progress, come on, come along, advance, get on, get along, shape up(verb)
develop in a positive way
"He progressed well in school"; "My plants are coming along"; "Plans are shaping up"
throw out, fare, mature, set ahead, come, bring forward, build up, come along, board, pass on, get along, win, supercharge, kick upstairs, progress, maturate, pull ahead, come on, make headway, go up, advance, surface, upgrade, make out, encourage, further, come up, gain, bestride, elevate, age, mount up, do, draw close, draw near, boost, go on, gain ground, jump on, raise, work up, move on, get on with, hop on, senesce, approach, shape up, show up, turn up, climb on, get along with, appear, come near, mount, march on, come out, be on, near, promote, get ahead, build
senesce, age, get on, mature, maturate(verb)
grow old or older
"She aged gracefully"; "we age every day--what a depressing thought!"; "Young men senesce"
age, shape up, progress, bestride, come on, grow, climb on, be on, suppurate, board, come along, senesce, get along, get along with, mount up, get on with, advance, jump on, fester, ripen, mount, maturate, mature, hop on
Expresses surprise or disbelief.
To progress (with).
It's time to get on with improving quality.
To become late.
Time is getting on.
To become old.
My parents are visibly getting on a bit these days.
To have a good relationship; to get along
I wish you and I could learn to get on.
To commence (an action).
The dishes need washing, the floor needs vacuuming, the laundry needs folding. Get on it!
How to use get on in a sentence?
Because it is not that New York economy was closed down. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo can get on a bus, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo can get on a train, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo can buy food. But expand that list of essential services. And that phase, that evolution of the economic reactivation, is what we're talking about.
Blame someone else and get on with your life.
It's a start. If people can get on their cellphones, if we can develop a culture of offsetting footprints ... the hope is that we're starting something that over time will generate momentum.
Serendipity communicates with prepared minds, in my view, often leading to miraculous creations and inventions. Serendipity will dance with you if you're already on the dance floor. You mustn't expect it to happen if you're among many spectators who are merely watching others dance. So get on the dance floor right away, and have a good dance with Serendipity when your moment arrives.
That was the goal, if you could get on the ‘ Tonight Show, ’ that was the standard. So The Tonight Show felt like a great validation … I had played The Tonight Show in my mind so many times, so when I finally got The Tonight Show, The Tonight Show felt surprisingly comfortable. And then when we recreated the set for The Tonight Show, it was eerie … Because I knew what it felt like to sit on that couch. It was electrifying. If you’re a young comedian, but someone has never heard of you, if you’ve done the' Tonight Show, ’ then people think you must be good. That was the only currency people understood. Certainly my parents did. For them, The Tonight Show was like, ‘ All right, he spent all those years staying up late in clubs and making $ 7 a week, but now he must be OK because he was on' The Tonight Show. ’ There was no other show that had that stamp of approval.
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