get along with you


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get along with (one)

To have a friendly, pleasant, or amicable relationship with one. I've always gotten along with Amanda—I think she's very nice.
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get along with you

Be on your way; get going. An instruction to depart. Get along with you now, or you'll be late for school. How could you say something like that to me? Get along with you!
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Get along with you!

Rur. to go on; to depart; to go and "take oneself along." (Only with you.) Get along with you, now. Get going! Get along with you, Sally!
See also: get
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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