Get on with (it, something)

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Phrasal verb: Get on with (it, something)

Spanish translation: continuar, avanzar, comenzar

Definition: to continue doing something, especially after it was interrupted.

Used in sentences:

1. After you finish your lunch you need to get on with your homework.

2. Hey, get on with it! We don’t have all day!

3. Could you all please sit down so we can  get on with the meeting?

Related words or phrases: start, continue, begin, move on

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