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Definition of "get to" []

  • Used other than as an idiom: see get,‎ to. (verb)
  • To affect adversely; to upset or annoy. (verb)
  • To track down and intimidate. (verb)

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Use "get to" in a sentence
  • "The focus is on designing streets that are connected to give "emergency responders multiple ways to get to an emergency," says Danny Pleasant, director of Charlotte's Department of Transportation."
  • "But peering into the tiny, DVD-fueled screen—remembering the eighties clothes, the cars, and more important, the timeless torture of high school—I get to see Andie Walsh do exactly that."
  • "Though the worn photo is long gone and I never did get to meet the oh-so-mysterious M.S. or his comedic puppet master, I am content."