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get on


Synonyms and Antonyms of GET ON

to meet one's day-to-day needs <despite his new job's low pay, he was still getting on>
Related Words carry on, contrive, scrape (by or through), scrounge; last, survive; eke out, scrape (out), squeeze, wrest, wring; afford, swing
to move forward along a course <find out how the marketing department is getting on with the new ad campaign>
Antonyms remain, stand, stay, stop


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