Also, have the worst of it . Be defeated, experience a disadvantage, or suffer the most harm. For example, In any argument Joe usually gets the worst of it , or If we play the last three games as scheduled, our team is bound to have the worst of it , or The car got the worst of it, and no one was hurt . These phrases survive many older ones (such as go to the worst and come by the worst ) in which worst is used in the sense of “defeat,” a usage dating from about 1500. Also see get the better (best) of
- Get through to
see: get through , def. 3 and 4.
- Getting there
see under get there
[get-tuh-geth-er] /ˈgɛt təˌgɛð ər/ noun 1. an informal and usually small social gathering. 2. a meeting or conference. noun 1. (informal) a small informal meeting or social gathering verb (adverb) 2. (transitive) to gather or collect 3. (intransitive) (of people) to meet socially 4. (intransitive) to discuss, esp in order to reach an agreement 5. […]
- Get to someone
modifier : a two-day search for Boy George, the 25-year-old ”gender-bender” pop star noun phrase A person who tends to reverse or alter traditional notions of sex roles, dress, etc (1980+)