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Verb: get up
Meaning: to get out of bed.
He gets up at 7.
Tom got up late.
I get up at 6:30.
He gets up early.
He got up and left.
It’s time to get up.
I got up early as usual.
He used to get up early.
Tom didn’t want to get up so early.
He got up in the morning.
I got up late this morning.
Did Tom get up early this morning?
Do we have to get up early tomorrow morning?
He’s used to getting up early in the morning.
My mother always gets up earlier in the morning.
Meaning: to organize.
Let’s get up a party for Tom’s birthday.
They will get up a party for Tom’s birthday.
Meaning: to stand up.
Tom got up from his chair.
Tom pushed back his chair and got up.
Just get up out of your chair and walk away.
Tom got up from his chair, walked to the door and opened it.
Tom got up off the floor.
Tom got up and walked to the door.
Tom got up and walked out the door.
Tom got up and walked out of the bar.
Tom got up and walked out of the kitchen.
The whole audience got up and started to applaud.
Tom got up from the couch and walked to the door.
Tom got up from the couch.
Tom got up to open a window.
Tom got up and went to the window.
I want to get up and dance.
Tom got up and started dancing.