get ready


: to prepare
We didn't have much time to get ready before they arrived.

Examples of get ready in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The seasonal crews this year are taking a little more seasoning to get ready, Gilmore said. Joe Rubino, The Denver Post, 30 May 2024 Summer is almost here, and as the sunshine beckons, employers should get ready for a less motivated workforce. Paige McGlauflin, Fortune, 29 May 2024 Instead the Panthers get ready for the Eastern finals vs. NYR -- remarkably only the second time ever the teams will have met in the postseason. Greg Cote, Miami Herald, 18 May 2024 Do look up While this storm will undoubtedly keep satellite operators and utilities busy over the next few days, individuals don't really need to do much to get ready. Geoff Brumfiel, NPR, 10 May 2024 To get ready for sunny weather and travel, opt for these waterproof Adidas Adilette 22 Sport Slides, which are up to 33 percent off. Gabrielle Porcaro, Travel + Leisure, 4 May 2024 So get ready for expansive moves either on the home front, family life or in other ways that open up close connections. Debbie Frank, Peoplemag, 3 May 2024 So for anyone who’s ever seen themselves in one of my songs, especially the rowdy ones, get ready! Emily Zemler, Rolling Stone, 3 May 2024 All signs point to Wright being able to have a normal offseason to get ready for spring training. Jaylon Thompson, Kansas City Star, 2 May 2024

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“Get ready.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Jun. 2024.

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