To board or mount (something), especially a vehicle.(verb)
To be successful.(verb)
To progress (with).(verb)
To become late.(verb)
To become old.(verb)
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Use "get on" in a sentence
"When the chorus came around, Jaci Velasquez sang the words, “I get on my knees…” and Danielle did just that, immediately dropping to the floor, kneeling, clasping her hands, and bowing her head in a posture of prayer."
"Kristi Tomey has a long way to go if she wants to get on the ballot to run for New"
"In the crowd of other passengers, we elbow past a kiosk with cone-shaped vats of fruit drinks and a counter crawling with wasps to get on a bus that will take us to the small town of Sudak, only seven kilometers away from our destination."