Phrasal Verbs with "Get"
get across to = to be successful in explaining your idea, plan, etc: His speech got across to the audience the reasons for the need to raise interest rates.
get ahead = to have success in your life: You need a good education in order to get ahead.
get after = to urge or scold: You should get after them to mow the lawn.
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