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  1. Arataur says:
    get ˈwith it (informal) become aware of the most recent ideas, developments, events, etc: You never seem to know what’s happening in the world around you. Time you got with it, Paul.
  2. Dousar says:
    Sep 12,  · Get with it definition: to allow oneself to respond to new ideas, styles, etc | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  3. Arashizragore says:
    Synonyms & Antonyms of get with it to occupy (oneself) diligently or with close attention It's time to get with it and find yourself a better job.
  4. Dalmaran says:
    To 'get with it' means to understand, to comprehend something or someone.
  5. Kigajind says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Get with It: The Essential Recordings () - Charlie Feathers on AllMusic - - John Fahey and Richard K. Spottswood's Revenant.
  6. Nekree says:
    Get With It Recorded by Bob Wills Written by Tommy Duncan and Bob Wills G B7 Rhythm here rhythm there rhythm floatin' everywhere C G D7 G Get with it ah get with it red hot rhythm now B7 Sister's gone daddy too momma's in the kitchen singing boo boo be doo G D7 G.
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    about get with it, inc. Most recent Projects: We have been providing Colorado's leading construction companies with quality rebar placement for building foundation since
  8. Tukazahn says:
    get on with it Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia. To proceed with a given action, intention, or pursuit, especially after a delay, distraction, or pause of some kind.

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