|get down to brass tacks
||become serious about it, knuckle down
||As soon as I'm feeling better I'll get down to brass tacks.
|get down to business
||work seriously, not waste time or effort
||"Let's get down to business," he said. "We have much to do."
||do the same thing to someone, get back at
||When he loses a game, he wants to get even. He wants to win.
||be accused, be blamed
||He got fingered for taking the money because he had the key.
||act in a sexual way, come onto her
||When he's had a few drinks, he tries to get fresh with me.
||(See from the get-go)
||go, start moving, get lost
||When I stopped to rest, he said, "Get going. Get out of here."
|get good wood on
||shoot the puck hard, hit the ball squarely
||Clark got good wood on that shot, but he missed the net.
|get hell [B]
||receive a scolding, catch hell [B], get it
||He got hell for breaking a glass. Mrs. Fisk told him he was bad.
|get her way
||get her choice, have her opinion rule, get your way
||If she got her way as a child, she'll try to do whatever she
wants as your wife.