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get ready

To prepare for something. Get ready to see the best movie of your life! I have to go home early so I can get ready for our trip tomorrow.
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get ready

Also, make ready. Become prepared or make preparations for something. For example, It'll take me another hour to get ready for the painter, or Jane promised to make the room ready for our guests. [Late 1500s] Also see get set.
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I only need about two hours to get ready on a Saturday because I've already got my outfit picked by then.
I generally get ready on my own because I live quite far away from most of my friends, so we just meet up in town.
I normally get ready with a few of my friends round at their place and I'll end up doing everyone's hair for them.
On a Sunday night, I'll start planning for the following weekend, deciding whose house to get ready at and thinking about what I'm going to wear.
I tend to get ready on my own but then my friends and I meet up at someone's house and we're guaranteed to end up in front of the mirror, redoing our hair and make-up.
My friends say I'm always late but I think I probably take less time to get ready than most of them.
com spokesman Lopo Champalimaud said: "Men always get agitated waiting for their other halves to get ready, but what they need to understand is that it doesn't matter if a woman is going out to a posh restaurant or a visit to the local cinema.
This is a wonderful way to get ready for our winter vacation,'' said teacher Shari Lewis.
There are millions of ways NFL fans, players, coaches and even mascots get ready for the game, and this season Visa is celebrating these unique pre-game rituals at www.
And get ready for this: The dashing-older-man-meets-younger-woman dynamic that scored so solidly for the former ``Magnum'' man in ``Friends'' will be in play in Selleck's tentatively titled ``Selleck.