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get out of bed

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  • get up — {v.} 1. To get out of bed. * /John s mother told him that it was time to get up./ 2. To stand up; get to your feet. * /A man should get up when a woman comes into the room./ 3. To prepare; get ready. * /Mary got up a picnic for her visitor./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get up — {v.} 1. To get out of bed. * /John s mother told him that it was time to get up./ 2. To stand up; get to your feet. * /A man should get up when a woman comes into the room./ 3. To prepare; get ready. * /Mary got up a picnic for her visitor./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get up — or[rise with the chickens] {v. phr.} To rise very early in the morning. * /All the farmers in this village get up with the chickens./ Contrast: GO TO BED WITH THE CHICKENS …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get up — or[rise with the chickens] {v. phr.} To rise very early in the morning. * /All the farmers in this village get up with the chickens./ Contrast: GO TO BED WITH THE CHICKENS …   Dictionary of American idioms

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