Get up smb.

Get up smb.
1. (of a male) have sex with (someone);
2. successfully stir or annoy someone; rebuke somebody, e.g. "The boss got up me for being late"

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • get along with — (smb) have a good relationship with someone I don t get along very well with the new woman I work with …   Idioms and examples

  • get the goods on — (smb) find out true and often bad information about someone I think that I have finally got the goods on him and will have to talk to the police as soon as possible …   Idioms and examples

  • get in touch — • keep in touch • get in touch • stay in touch (with smb) (to make) contact someone, to continue contact I ll get in touch with him when I arrive in New York in August. (with smb) talk or write to someone I have always tried to keep in touch with …   Idioms and examples

  • get\ what's\ coming\ to\ one — or slang get one s v. phr. To receive the good or bad that you deserve; get what is due to you; get your share. At the end of the movie the villain got what was coming to him and was put in jail. John didn t think he was getting what was coming… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • get hold of — 1) (smth) get possession of When you get hold of a dictionary could you please let me see it for a few minutes. 2) (smb) find a person so you can speak with him or her I tried to get hold of him last week but he was out of town …   Idioms and examples

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