Phrasal verbs with GET

get by = survive

My husband is not working, so we have to get by on a small budget.

get over (something/someone) = feel better after some time

It takes a long time to get over your first love.

get ahead = improve / be more successful

James is working hard to get ahead in his career.

get away with (something) = not to get in trouble

The teacher always lets Andrew get away with whispering to other students

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