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Verb: get by
Meaning: to cope, to manage.
I just got by on the test.
I’m just trying to get by.
I can’t get by without him.
Can you get by on your wages?
Tom is just trying to get by.
Can’t you get by on your salary?
We get by with our small budget.
They get by fine in the country.
I do as little as I can to get by.
Our income is small, but we get by.
He has little money, but he gets by.
It’s hard to get by on minimum wage.
I can’t get by on such a small income.
He has almost no money, but he gets by.
I’ll get by if I have a place to sleep.
He has hardly any money, but he gets by.
I’m sure Tom knows enough French to get by.
I think I can speak French well enough to get by.
I’m sure I can speak French well enough to get by.
International traders are struggling just to get by.
Meaning: Have just enough money to live on
They’re finding it increasingly difficult to GET BY since their daughter was born.
Meaning: Not be noticed (problems, errors, etc)
I had checked it, but there still were a few mistakes that didn’t GET BY the editor.