get (got, gotten)

get (got, gotten)
صَارَ \ become (became, become): to grow to be; begin to be: The weather became warmer. I want to become a doctor. Her voice became weaker. get (got, gotten): become: I got ill, but I soon got better. How did this get broken?. go: (with an adj.) to become: His face went white with fear. grow: to become: He grew tired of his job. \ See Also أصبح (أَصْبَحَ)‏

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  • got, gotten — The principal parts of get are get, got, got (or gotten). Both got and gotten are acceptable words; your choice will depend upon your speech habits or on the rhythm of the sentence you are writing or speaking. Got is colloquial when used to mean… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • gotten — got|ten [ˈgɔtn US ˈga:tn] AmE the past participle of ↑get →↑ill gotten gains ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ US/UK DIFFERENCE In American English, gotten is the usual past participle of get : I d gotten an A on the test. | It has gotten really warm. | I heard they had… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • get — [get; ] also, although it is considered nonstandard by some [, git] vt. GOT, gotten, getting: see usage note at GOTTEN got, got [ME geten < ON geta, to get, beget, akin to OE gietan (see BEGET, FORGET), Ger gessen in vergessen, forget < IE… …   English World dictionary

  • get — 1. range of use. Get is one of the most frequently used and most productive words in English. Often it has virtually no meaning in itself and draws its meaning almost entirely from its context, especially in idiomatic uses such as get to bed, get …   Modern English usage

  • get — gettable, getable, adj. /get/, v., got or (Archaic) gat; got or gotten; getting, n. v.t. 1. to receive or come to have possession, use, or enjoyment of: to get a birthday present; to get a pension. 2. to cause to be in one s possession or succeed …   Universalium

  • get — v. 1) (B) ( to deliver ) I have to get a message to her 2) (C) ( to obtain ) she got a newspaper for me; or: she got me a newspaper 3) (d; intr., tr.) to get across ( to cross ); ( to cause to cross ) (to get across a bridge; the general finally… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • get — I [[t]ge̱t[/t]] CHANGING, CAUSING, MOVING, OR REACHING ♦ gets, getting, got, gotten (past tense & past participle) (In most of its uses get is a fairly informal word. Gotten is an American form of the past tense and past participle.) 1) V LINK… …   English dictionary

  • gotten N. Amer. or — archaic past participle of get. Usage As past participles of get, got and gotten both date back to Middle English. The form gotten is not used today in British English (except in the adjective ill gotten) but it is very common in North American… …   English new terms dictionary

  • get — I Australian Slang 1. have someone in a corner, especially when arguing a point; catch out: I ve got you there, haven t I? ; 2. amuse: that really gets me ; 3. exact revenge: I ll get you for that ; 4. understand, comprehend: What I don t get is …   English dialects glossary

  • got — the past tense and a participle of get see gotten …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • get — [ get ] (past tense got [ gat ] ; past participle gotten [ gatn ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 obtain/receive ▸ 2 become/start to be ▸ 3 do something/have something done ▸ 4 move to/from ▸ 5 progress in activity ▸ 6 fit/put something in a place ▸ 7 understand… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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