get you him, her

get (one)

1. verb To thoroughly understand one's convictions, opinions, or personality. He just gets me—I don't even have to say anything, and he knows exactly what I need. A: "Sorry, I probably worded that really poorly." B: "No, no—I get you. It just took me a second, that's all."
2. expression Look at one (typically so the speaker can mock them). Always used as an imperative. Get him! What is that ridiculous outfit he's got on? Get the dork over there with the bowl cut.
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get you (him, her

, etc.)! said as an invitation to notice or look at someone, especially in order to criticize or ridicule them. informal
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