Get on something

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Definition

to get on (a bike, a plane, a horse): to enter (a plane), to mount (a bike, a horse)
verb

I'll get on it right away!: I'll begin working on it immediately!
idiom

Examples

  • "Another airport official confirmed that Delavigne was inebriated, adding "He told his entourage to get on the ship and bring the wine, saying that it was time to 'take this party to the motherf***in skies"."
  • "Edward, if I could summarize your pointless song: You got on the bus this morning, didn't have any money, you took a nap, then you started crying like a little girl!"
  • "So you did get on the bus!"
  • "I got on the bus like I do each day"
  • "You need to get on the first train on this platform, and change at Chittlehampton."

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