Can sometimes mean to kiss, make-out, snog or just 'hook-up' with someone.
BOY: do you wanna get now?
GIRL: yeah, ok
(smooching noises ensue)
by Dani October 23, 2005
20 Words related to Get
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A word used to identify a post with a certain number that marks a milestone on a forum.

A common example is on 4chan or a similar site where people race to obtain 4MIL GET (4000000th post) or perhaps even 7777777GET.

However, the GET may be either successful, leading it to be enjoyed and commemorated by the community or a failure, leading to posts filled with sage and general unpopularity.

"omg, a modget, fails harder than milhouse"
by Skye E. June 03, 2007
Mild expletive. A North West of England term (esp. Lancashire) used similarly to the word "git"
Give us that back 'ere you cheeky get!
by DrGreyhound December 17, 2007
Vancouver local slang to tell a person to get fuck outta there. Extremely offensive. Don`t use it with strangers unless u wanna get into some serious fight.
- You moron, look what you did! Fuck off!
- Relax, it wasn`t too big a deal.
- Just get.
(guy leaves)
by L.Ana November 27, 2009
To "get" something means to "understand" it.
"When Mary told that joke, did you get it?"
by Jason Forbes December 28, 2005
a hook up, someone that your happy about, not a person you would deny having relations with.

A hookup that is a person cooler/hotter/better than you
"bro, gina was such a good get"
"no man, you were a get for her"
by the get machinee June 23, 2009
The north eastern (UK) version of git.

A rather annoying person.
you are such a git, go home!
by Jonathan McTwattybollocks May 26, 2004
A recent usage borne of the internet. Exact source and date yet undetermined.

1. Used similar to the past tense "... acquired" after a noun-phrase. Usually with a comma separating.

2. Also used when listing completed acquisition tasks in a set, as an alternative to saying "Check!" Sometimes with a colon instead of a comma.

3. Used similarly to answer a question regarding an acquisition or success. Though often this question is hypophoric, replacing the comma in definition 1 with a question mark.

Always in a positive context, related to the achievement of some desired goal.
"Paycheck, get!"
"Pizza, Get!"

"Job: Get! Car: Get! Girlfriend: Get! Life: GET!"

"How was your night with Jennifer?" "Get!"
"Cheeseburger? Get!"
by hushedLecturer June 13, 2013

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