|get reamed out
||(See ream out)
||hurt someone who hurt you, get even, pay him back
||Do you want to get revenge, or do you want to discuss the problem and forgive him.
|get rid of
||discard, throw away, do away with
||First, we have to get rid of the money. Where can we hide it?
||move, go, drive away
||If you have to be home by noon, we should get rolling.
||receive unfair treatment, ripped off, taken in
||I got screwed when I bought this condo. I paid too much for it.
||do not joke, be serious, pay attention
||When we discussed water safety he told us to get serious.
|get shit [B]
||get a scolding or a lecture, catch it, get hell [B]
||He got shit for drinking beer in school. The principal was mad.
|get something out of
||learn from, benefit from
||We always get something out of her class. We learn something.
|get the drop on
||be quicker to start, get the jump on
||Stu's very quick. In faceoffs, he gets the drop on his opponents.
|get the finger [B] (get the bird)
||get a bad sign, see the middle finger
||Bad drivers get the finger when they cut in front of Randy.