get going
[get going]
DEFINITION
  1. leave a place in order to go somewhere else.
    "it's been wonderful seeing you again, but I think it's time we got going"
    • start happening or taking place.
      "the campaign got going in 1983"
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How to use get going in a sentence?
it's been wonderful seeing you again, but I think it's time we got going.
the campaign got going in 1983.
How to say get going in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans gaan kry
Arabic الحصول على الذهاب
Bangla এগিয়ে যাও
Bosnian (Latin) krenuti
Bulgarian тръгвам
Cantonese (Traditional) 行啦
Catalan se'n va
Chinese Simplified 走吧
Chinese Traditional 走吧
Croatian dobiti će
Czech Běž
Danish komme i gang
Dutch Ga aan de slag
Estonian hakkan minema
Fijian lako yani
Filipino makakuha ng pagpunta
Finnish lähteä
French y aller
German Los geht's
Greek να πηγαίνω
Haitian Creole ale
Hebrew לזוז
Hindi जा रहे हो जाओ
Hmong Daw yuav tau
Hungarian megy
Icelandic fá að fara
Indonesian pergi
Italian andare avanti
Japanese 軌道に乗る
Kiswahili kupata kwenda
Klingon yISuq
Korean 가 야
Latvian Iesākumā
Lithuanian pradėti žaisti
Malagasy mandeha
Malay (Latin) pergi
Maltese Ikseb li jmorru
Norwegian Bokmål komme i gang
Persian بدست آوردن رفتن
Polish się dzieje
Portuguese ir embora
Querétaro Otomi ga japi ar da ndu̲i
Romanian să plec
Russian получить собирается
Samoan alu loa
Serbian (Cyrillic) да кренемо
Serbian (Latin) da krenemo
Slovak ísť
Slovenian grem
Spanish ponerse en marcha
Swedish komma igång
Tahitian a haere
Tamil போக
Telugu వెళ్ళిపోతాను
Thai ได้รับไป
Tongan ke 'alu
Turkish iyi olacak
Ukrainian почати працювати
Urdu جا رہے ہو
Vietnamese nhận ra
Welsh cael mynd
Yucatec Maya Búukint u tu marcha
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