[get-tuh-geth-er] /ˈgɛt təˌgɛð ər/
an informal and usually small social gathering.
a meeting or conference.
(informal) a small informal meeting or social gathering
(transitive) to gather or collect
(intransitive) (of people) to meet socially
(intransitive) to discuss, esp in order to reach an agreement
(informal) get it together
1911, from get + together.
A meeting or session, often social; party (1911+)
- 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+)
- Get to the bottom of
Find the basic underlying quality or cause of something. For example, He was determined to get to the bottom of the problem. [ Late 1700s ] Also see: at bottom
- Get to the point
see: to the point
- Get to the heart of
Find or determine the most important or essential facts or meaning. For example, It’s important to get to the heart of the matter before we make any decisions. The noun heart has been used in the sense of “a vital part” since the early 1500s.