|get under my skin
||bother me, bug me, get to me
||Don't let Bob's teasing get under your skin. Don't let it bother you.
||clothes, strange clothing, weird costume
||A vest with jogging pants! Are you going out in that get-up?
|get up a head of steam
||generate enough power to move, get up to speed
||If I get up a head of steam, I can knock down the door.
||I feel so lazy. I have no get-up-and-go.
|get up on the wrong side of bed
||be grouchy or cranky, get off to a bad start
||Did you get up on the wrong side of bed? Are you in a bad mood?
|get wind of
||hear about, find out about
||Did she get wind of our plan? Does she know about it?
|get with it
||become aware, learn how, in the know
||Leni, a friend at work, told me to get with it or I'd lose my job.
|get worked up
||feel upset, become angry
||He gets worked up about unions. He hates protests and strikes.
|get you back
||(See get back at)
|get you down
||cause you to feel sad, cause you to be down
||Do Mondays get you down? Do you hate going back to work?