||go, leave, beat it
||They told me to get lost, to go home to Mommy.
||become angry or cross, lose your cool
||When she gets mad, I leave the house. She has a bad temper.
|get me down
||cause me to feel negative; to feel down
||What gets me down is the way government wastes our money.
|get my drift
||understand my meaning, dig me
||I don't think of you as a sister, if you get my drift.
|get my kicks
||get my enjoyment, have my fun
||I get my kicks from coaching kids' teams. I enjoy doing that.
||not have to pay, not be convicted, get out of
||If he's guilty, how did he get off? Why isn't he in prison?
|get off a few good ones
||tell a few jokes, say a few funny lines
||When Rob spoke at our wedding he got off a few good ones.
|get off my back
||stop criticizing me, get off my case
||If he criticizes you again, tell him to get off your back.
|get off my case
||stop criticizing me, check up on
||I told the manager to get off my case - to stop criticizing me.
|get off on
||like to do, enjoy
||He gets off on bowling. He loves to knock over those pins.