|get a bang out of
||enjoy, have fun, get a kick out of
||Ms. Lau gets a bang out of playing bingo. She loves bingo.
|get a charge out of
||enjoy, is amused by
||Ming gets a charge out of Pam's memos. They're humorous.
|get a fix
||use some drugs; a hit
||He'll shake until he gets a fix. He's addicted to heroin.
|get a fix on
||calculate, determine, figure out
||We should get a fix on the office expenses - the total per month.
|get a grip
||be realistic, be serious, get serious
||You expect to get A's without studying? Get a grip!
|get a grip on yourself
||control yourself, do not be so emotional
||When he cried, she said, "Get a grip on yourself, Dear."
|get a handle on
||understand, find out about
||We have to get a handle on the parking problem - get the facts.
|get a hold of
||talk to, phone
||I tried to get a hold of Pierre when I was in Montreal.
|get a kick out of
||get some enjoyment, laugh, get a bang out of
||I get a kick out of the way he skates. He's fun to watch.
|get a laugh
||cause people to laugh
||Your jokes always get a laugh.