to come or go into;
"the boat entered an area of shallow marshes"
succeed in a big way; get to the top;
"After he published his book, he had arrived"
"I don't know whether I can make it in science!"
"You will go far, my boy!"
secure a place in a college, university, etc.
of trains; move into (a station);
"The bullet train drew into Tokyo Station"
- He invited me to get in the car and go for a ride with him.
- He has been trying for years to get in that club.
- The plane got in on time.
- The Conservatives got in by a small majority.
- He took the entrance exam but didn't get in.
- We must get the doctor in.
- The commune members were busy getting in the crops.
- The government gets the taxes in quite efficiently.
- The company is trying to get in all its outstanding debts.
- We must get some wine in for the dinner party.
- I got in an hour's work while the baby was asleep.
- She talks so much that it's impossible to get a word in.
- get it in the neck 因某事而受到严厉指责...
- get one's eye in 看得很准; 具有目测...
- get in sb.'s hair 惹恼某人
- get in touch with oneself 探讨内心世界...
- get in on the ground floor 取得有利地位...
- get a word in edgeways 插嘴
- get stuck in 使劲干
- get in with 跟 ... 熟悉起...
- get along in years 年老
- get in a dig at someone 挖苦某人
- tell someone where to get to head in 教训某人,斥责某人(...
- get the bit in one's teeth 脱缰逃跑
- get on in years 上年纪(老起来)...
- get in on the act 插手
- get one's eye well in 长于用肉眼观测方向、...
- get a look-in 有受到照顾关心的一份...
- get butterflies in one's stomachs 感到不舒服
- get in on 参加
- get in 进入
- get in front of oneself 赶紧