Idiom:  get it together

Definition

Idiom:  get it together

  • to become organized
  • to adjust or become prepared
  • to improve the state off one's life


Example sentences

  • Get it together quickly or you're going to lose your job!
  • It was a lot easier to get it together after I got a smart phone and started using the calendar, reminders and other helpful apps.
  • I hired a professional organizer to help us get it together at home.
  • After I got arrested for drunk driving I knew it was time to get it together.
  • There are at least 14 overdue bills on your desk. Get it together before you destroy your credit.
  • My son cannot seem to get it together on his own so we're hoping a psychologist may be able to help him.
  • Their record is 0 wins and 18 losses? This team needs to hire a new coach to help them get it together.


Synonyms

  • get one's act together
  • pull oneself together
  • take care of


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