English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to get (somewhere): to go, to travel to, to arrive (somewhere)
- "Station employee : When you get to Chittlehampton, there is a steam locomotive which takes the old coastal railway line."
- "Kevin : Yes they do, but all deliveries to Brazil go out of Southampton, England, and it takes around 16 days to get to Itaguai port, near Rio de Janeiro."
- "Those clothes were on me for 15 days, so I'm glad someone else can enjoy them. So were you just having a swim or were you trying to get somewhere?"
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