- (idiomatic) (transitive or intransitive) to be together or coexist well, without arguments or trouble
- I wish the kids would get along better.
- She never did get along with her brother.
- (idiomatic) To survive; to do well enough.
- She didn’t have a lot of money, but she had enough to get along.
- (sense of cooperate or coexist) If used with an object, use the preposition with, as in the second example sentence.
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