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get on

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of get on

  1. 1 to meet one's day-to-day needs despite his new job's low pay, he was still getting on Synonyms of get on cope, do, fare, get by, get along, make out, manage, shiftWords Related to get on carry on, contrive, scrape (by or through), scrounge; last, survive; eke out, scrape (out), squeeze, wrest, wring; afford, swingNear Antonyms of get on collapse, fail, fall short, fizzle, flounder; decline, peter (out), slump, wane; give up

  2. 2 to move forward along a course find out how the marketing department is getting on with the new ad campaign Synonyms of get on advance, come, come along, do, fare, forge, get along, go, go along, go off, march, pace, proceed, progressWords Related to get on accelerate, fast-forward, speed; approach, near; journey, pass, repair, run, travel, wend; actuate, drive, impel, propel, push; take outNear Antonyms of get on arrest, balk, block, check, detain, halt, hinder, hold back, impede, nip, obstruct, slow (down or up), stem; repress, retard, stunt, suppress; delay, interrupt, stall; cramp, hamper, inhibit; cease, let up, pause; regress; waitAntonyms of get on remain, stand, stay, stop



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