get inside

(redirected from gets inside)

get inside

1. To enter a particular place or thing. Once we get inside the park, which ride do you want to go on first? Turn on the heat as soon as you get inside.
2. To become closely involved with and gain intimate knowledge of a particular group, situation, or thing. Once you get inside the company, you'll have a better idea of how it really operates. A green employee like you getting inside the C-suite? Good luck.
See also: get, inside
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

get inside something

 
1. Lit. to go inside of something or some place. Get inside the house and wait for me. Get inside the car so you won't get wet.
2. Fig. to learn about the inner workings of something or some organization. I can't wait to get inside that company and see what makes it tick. Someone needs to get inside the boardroom and straighten things out.
See also: get, inside
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
"SPICE gets inside in loads of ways," a source told us.
When he gets inside, he notices the message Rebecca wrote about him and tries desperately to erase them.
she In drink, the devil gets inside her and she's dangerous
'She's always ready once she gets inside the floor.
Saturday magazine INSIDE YOUR SEVEN DAY TELLY GUIDE 16.09.2017 saturday Fashion Check out J-Law's cool and casual festival look PAGE 09 Interiors Robyn's bumper style harvest will cover your home in seasonal charm PAGE 39 FREE EVERY WEEK IN THE RECORD Food Anna finds there's room at the inn for improvement PAGES 06&07 Books Lisa Gray gets inside story on romantic crime thriller PAGE 03 Love, honour Catherine Tyldesley on how bride Eva has a brawl on big day & affray PAGES 04&05 The best magazine on the market has celebrity interviews, real-life stories plus recipes, fashion and a brilliant TV guide
Here the player gets inside a bubble and flies inside a maze where other family members are stuck and helps them escape by collecting them in the bubble and dropping them to escape portals.
AS The Chronicle gets inside Nissan's electric car battery plant, we ask people at Durham County Council if they would buy an electric car.
If you aren't careful, water gets inside those components and ruins them.
According to the Local, the research team at the Dresden University of Technology had created the enzyme that gets inside the DNA double helix, cuts it up and rearranges it in a new, HIV-free pattern, the New York Daily News reported.
"A lot of them are inbred," says inspector Jason once he gets inside. "They're in unsanitary, stressful situations for most of their lives, and they don't really get out of their cages all that often." He's been involved in many cases in the past, and admits the horrors he Witnesses never get any easier to cope With.
It could be that he is absolutely fine when he gets inside.
Summary: Taking an incredible journey through time", a punch line visitors see at the entrance of the Sharjah Natural History and Botanical Museum, is really true when one gets inside: a back-in-time encounter of dinosaur models, digitally erupting volcanoes, prehistoric fossils and meteorites from outer space.
Shaw gets inside the head of a girl suffering guilt, loss, and relief at the death of her abusive boyfriend; and crafts a realistic journey through, not only recovery, but also the mine field of anger and blame from Trip's friends and family.
Serge Mostowy and Pascale Cossart of the Pasteur Institute in Paris discovered that when a type of diarrhea-causing bacteria called Shigella (blue) gets inside cells, the cells fight back by encasing 10 to 30 percent of the bacteria in cages made of proteins called septins (red).
Appleby said: "The onlyway John can have any success against me is if he gets inside so I intend to stick my jab in his face all night."