get about（intr） 流转，运动或行动：
The news got about that he had won the first prize in the state lottery and everybody began asking him for money.
He is a semi-invalid now and can't get about as well as he used to.
get away（intr） 逃掉，脱身：
Don't ask him how he is because if he starts talking about his health you'll never get away from him.
I had a lot to do in the office and didn't get away till eight.
get away with（tr）做非法或错误的事后逃脱了惩罚，不被人抓住或发觉：
He began forging cheques and at first he got away with it but in the end he was caught and sent to prison.
get back（tr） 收回：
If you lend him a book he'll lend it to someone else and you'll never get it back.（get back your book/get your book back）
We spent the whole day in the hills and didn't get back till dark.
get off（intr）被认为无罪而释放或未受到惩处（试与getaway with it比较，后者意指犯罪者根本没有被抓到）：
He was tried for theft but got off because there wasn't sufficient evidence against him.
The boy had to appear before a magistrate but he got off as it was his first offence.
get on（intr），get on with（tr）有下面两种意义：
How is he getting on at school？
He is getting on very well with his English.
He is a pleasant friendly man who gets on well with nearly everybody.
How are you and Mr Pitt getting on？
你和皮特先生相处得好吗？get out（intr） 脱身离开（一个封闭的地方）：
Don't worry about the snake.It's in a box.It can't get out.
News of the Budget got out before it was officially announced.
I'm so busy that I don't very often get out.
注意：命令句 Get out 是滚出去的意思，是很无礼的。只有在作下车的意思讲时才不是这样。
get out of（tr）使自己摆脱某种义务或习惯：
I said that I'd help him.Now I don't want to but I can't get out of it.
He says that he smokes too much but he can't get out of the habit.
Some people live abroad to get out of paying heavy taxes.
get over（tr） 恢复（原来生病、忧郁或精神上害怕等）：
He is just getting over a bad heart attack.
I can't get over her leaving her husband like that.
He used to be afraid of heights but he has got over that now.他过去有恐高症，现在已经没了。
get it over（常以it为宾语，一般指某种不愉快的事）处理完某事并不再为它多忙：
If you have to go to the dentist why not go at once and get it over？
（注意勿将其与 get over it 混淆。二者意思完全不同。）
get round a person 好言哄劝某人以使他让你做你要想做的事：
Girls can usually get round their fathers.
get round a difficulty/regulation 找到解决困难或回避规章的方法：
If we charge people for admission we will have to pay entertainment taxon our receipts；but we can get round this regulation by saying that weare charging not for admission but for refreshments.Money paid for refreshments is not taxed.
get through（tr/intr） 干完一项工作，胜利地完成一件事：
He got through his exam all right.
get through（intr） 打通（电话）：
I am trying to call London but I can't get through；I think all the lines are engaged.
get up（tr） 组织，安排（常指一项业余文娱活动或慈善事业）：
They got up a concert in aid of cancer research.（got it up）
get up（intr） 起床，站起身来，登上：
I get up at seven o'clock every morning.
give something away 把东西给人（不一定要说出是谁）：
I'll give this old coat away.（give away this old coat away/give it away）
give someone away（宾语位于away之前）出卖或暴露某人：
He said that he was not an American but his accent gave him away.
I must call at the library to give back this book.（to give this book back/to give it back）
give in（intr） 屈服，退让，不再拒绝听从：
At first he wouldn't let her drive the car but she was so persuasive that eventually he gave in.
They gave out the names of the winners.（gave the names out/gave themout）
The teacher gave out the books.（gave one/some to each pupil）
The champagne gave out long before the end of the reception.
His patience gave out and he slapped the child hard.
give up（tr/intr） 放弃努力，停止做某事的试图：
I tried to climb the wall but after I had failed three times I gave up.（gave up the attempt/gave the attempt up/gave it up）
A really determined person never gives up/never gives up trying.一个真正有决心的人绝不会放弃试一次的机会。
give up（tr） 放弃某种习惯、运动、学习、职业等：
Have you given up drinking whisky before breakfast？
He gave up cigarettes.（gave them up）
He tried to learn Greek but soon got tired of it and gave it up.
give oneself up（宾语在up之前） 投降，自首，不再抗拒：
He gave himself up to despair.
He was cold and hungry after a week on the run so he gave himself up to the police.
While she was away he went ahead with the work and got a lot done.
You go ahead and I'll follow；I'm not quite ready.
go away（intr） 离开，走开，别在这儿：
—Are you going away for your holiday？
—No，I'm staying at home.
Please go away；I can't work unless I am alone.
go back（intr） 回去，后退，撤退：
I'm never going back to that hotel.It is most uncomfortable.
go back on（tr） 收回或不履行（诺言）：
He went back on his promise to tell nobody about this.
I suggested that she should look for a job but this suggestion did not go down at all well.
During her illness her weight went down from 50 kilos to 40.
The wind went down and the sea became quite calm.
go for（tr） 进攻，袭击：
The cat went for the dog and chased him out of the hall.
go in for（tr）对……特别感兴趣，练习做某事或使用某物，参加（某项比赛等）：
This restaurant goes in for vegetarian dishes.
She plays a lot of golf and goes in for all the competitions.
go into（tr） 深入调查，研究，侦查：
‘We shall have to go into this very carefully，'said the detective.
As he was cleaning his gun it went off and killed him.
The party went off very well.
He went off in a great hurry.
Go on till you come to the crossroads.
go on（intr），go on with（tr），go on + 动名词 继续做某事：
Please go on playing；I like it.
Go on with the treatment.It is doing you good.
go on+动词不定式 接着干（另一件事）：
He began by describing the route and went on to tell us what the trip would probably cost.
She is always indoors；she doesn't go out enough.
She is very pretty and goes out a lot.
Crinolines went out about the middle of the last century.
The light went out and we were left in the dark.
go over（tr） 仔细地检查，研究学习，重新诵记：
He went over the plans again and discovered two very serious mistakes.
Will there be enough wine to go round？
I said that I'd go round and see her during the weekend.
go through（tr）仔细检查（常指多种东西；与 look through 意思相近，但具有更彻底的意思）：
There is a mistake somewhere；we'll have to go through the accounts andsee where it is.
The police went through their files to see if they could find any finger-prints to match those that they had found on the handle of the weapon.
No one knows what I went through while I was waiting for the verdict.
go through with（tr）完成，使进行至终结（尤指经历某种反对或困难）：
He went through with his plan although all his friends advised him to abandon it.
The price of strawberries went up towards the end of the season.
When the fire reached the cargo of chemicals the whole ship went up.
Someone dropped a cigarette end into a can of petrol and the whole garage went up in flames.
go without（tr）不要某物而将就着过日子（但只指物；go without a person 只有字面的意义，即意指“不等某人来到就动身离去”）
He used to tell a lot of lies as a young boy but he grew out of that later on.
grow up（intr） 成为成年人，长大成人：
I'm going to be a pop star when I grow up，'said the boy.