Ready

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Definition

(I am) ready: (I am) prepared, set, organized, primed
adjective

to get ready: to prepare oneself, to brace oneself, to arrange oneself
idiom
"To get ready" is always followed by a verb in the full infinitive form: "Drivers, get ready to start your engines!"

Examples

  • "Are you ready?"
  • "Ready? Here we go, Brian!"
  • "Be ready at the bus depot by 5 AM. Sorry, money is tight right now."
  • "Are you ready to hear my song?"
  • "You're ready to move on to the next level."
  • "Patrice is a celebrated figure whose legacy includes popularizing the "ready to wear" style of clothing, as well as imbuing traditionally masculine clothing with a female sensibility."
  • "I hope you're ready for your indoctrination into the Illuminati, the shadowy elite society that secretly rules the world."
  • "He was one of the first to use black runway models in his shows, and his "ready to wear" lines of clothing democratized fashion for the masses."
  • "Bruno : Are you ready?"

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