Synonyms of get on in English:

get on


See definition of get on

phrase

1‘we got on the train at Kinshasa’

SYNONYMS
board, enter, go on board, go aboard, step aboard, climb on, mount, ascend, embark, catch
informal hop on, jump on
formal emplane, entrain, embus
ANTONYMS

get off

2‘how are you getting on?’

SYNONYMS
fare, manage, progress, advance, get along, do, cope, survive, muddle along, muddle through
succeed, prosper, flourish
informal get by, make out

3‘he just got on with his job’

SYNONYMS
continue, proceed, go ahead, carry on, go on, keep on, press on, push on, press ahead, persist, persevere
keep at
informal stick at, stick with, soldier on with
ANTONYMS

give up

4‘my father and I don't get on’

SYNONYMS
be friendly, be on friendly terms, be in harmony, be compatible, get along, feel a rapport
agree, see eye to eye, concur, be in agreement, be in accord, be in sympathy, sympathize, be united, be as one man, accord
be of the same mind, be of the same opinion, be of the same mind as, be of the same opinion as
informal hit it off, be on the same wavelength, be on the same wavelength as