Idiom: get along
Idiom: get along (with someone)
- to have a good relationship with someone
- Luckily, my cat and my dog get along very well with each other.
- I love my father-in-law but I don’t get along with my mother-in-law at all.
- I really hope our children get along but we shouldn't try to force them to be friends.
- How did you get along with your previous supervisor?
- I get along really well with both of my roommates but they often argue with each other.
- Unfortunately, our last receptionist didn't get along very well with the director so she resigned after just three weeks.
- Everybody seems to be getting along at the retreat so far.
- What happened between your parents? They used to get along so well but now they seem miserable together.
- You'll love my friend Allison. She gets along well with everyone.
- The retreat was great. Everyone got along really well and we exchanged information so we can stay in touch with each other.
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