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Definition of "get down" [get down]

  • To bring or come down; descend. (verb)
  • To concentrate; attend. (verb)
  • To depress; discourage; fatigue. (verb)
  • To swallow. (verb)
  • To relax and enjoy oneself completely; be uninhibited in one's enjoyment. (verb)

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Use "get down" in a sentence
  • "After some careful deliberation during which Lisa says, I dont know if Im ready just yet, meaning I dont want you to stop liking me if I sleep with you and interpreted, incorrectly, by Louis as Im not sure if I am sexually attracted to you, they finally get down to it."
  • "We get down to Riverside, around 84th Street, coming upon the massive rock right next to a playground, what could almost be called a crag if it was a little bigger and sharper."
  • "Now, before I go, I need to tell you to get down to the PD tomorrow and give a statement regarding Scott Mason."