Get busy

verb phrase

To do the sex act; screw: Let’s get busy

[1980s+ Students; fr get down to business]
Start working, become active, as in Stop dawdling; get busy, or We’d better get busy on this paper. [ c. 1900 ]
Also see: get on the stick


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    Receive acknowledgment or praise for some accomplishment, as in Bill got all the credit for attracting a big audience. Similarly, give credit for means “acknowledge” or “praise,” as in We should give the pianist credit for her work in the program. [ Mid-1700s ]

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