||co-operate, give and take
||Joey gets along with everybody. He is very co-operative.
||cope, live, manage
||I don't know how I'll get along without you. How will I manage?
||go, do not stay here
||Get along now. Go home, please.
||visit friends and places, socialize
||With a full-time job and three kids, I don't get around much.
|get around it
||avoid rules or laws, find a way around
||You must obtain a business license. You can't get around it.
|get around to
||do, work at, complete
||I haven't got around to calling him yet. I haven't had time.
||When you said I was slow, what were you getting at?
|get at it
||do it, get busy, get to it
||Well, this work has to be done. Let's get at it.
|get away with
||not obey the rules, not get caught
||He gets away with speeding, but the police will soon catch him.
||be fired, be dismissed
||He got axed for stealing funds.