EN to get
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[got|got] {verb}

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使 [shǐ] {vb}
to get (also: to make, to render)
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使得 [shǐ dé] {vb}
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到达 [dàodá] {vb}
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取得 [qǔdé] {vb}
to get
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受到(惩罚 [shòu dào ( chénɡ fá] {vb}
to get
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受到(惩罚,打击等) [shòu dào ( chénɡ fá, dǎ jī děnɡ )] {vb}
to get (also: to become, to come, to go into, get)
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变得 [biànde] {vb}
to get (also: to become, to fall, to go, to turn)
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变成 [biànchéng] {vb}
to get (also: to receive)
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[dé] {vb}
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得到 [dédào] {vb}
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成为 [chéngwéi] {vb}
to get
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打击等) [dǎ jī děnɡ )] {vb}
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抓住 [zhuāzhù] {vb}
to get (also: to bring in, to earn, earn)
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挣得 [zhēngdé] {vb}
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收获 [shōuhuò] {vb}
to get
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染上 [rǎnshàng] {vb}
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获得 [huò dé] {vb}
从...之中获得...
在...方面获得成功
to get
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得来 [dé lái] {vb}
to get
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拿到 [nádào] {vb}

Context sentences for "to get" in Chinese

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Englishwe are of the same origin and in good harmony. born from the same origin, get on harmoniously
EnglishWhat you lose on the swings you get back on the roundabouts.
EnglishWhat you lose on the swings you get back on the roundabouts.
EnglishFrom everybody at…, get well soon.
来自...每个人的祝福,早日康复。
EnglishIt is easier to get money than to keep it.
EnglishAn enterprise is re-organized according to modern corporate system so that it will get listed on the stock market.
Englishto settle down and get on with one's pursuit
Englishto get a foot in the door
一脚已经进了门里(获得立足点,占一份)
Englishto get up on the wrong side of the bed
EnglishI want to get along well with you.
Englishto get or give the green light
Englishto get off on the wrong foot
Englishto get involved on account of sb else
Englishto get a rough idea of something
Englishto get (oneself) into a dead end
EnglishWhat You See Is What You Get.
Englishto get the ball rolling
Englishthe luck to get sth nice to eat
Englishto get dizzy due to success
Englishto get off one's high horse