GET


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
GETGreen Energy Technology (various organizations)
GETGround Engaging Tools (Caterpillar, Inc)
GETGeorgia Ensemble Theatre (Roswell, GA)
GETGreen Economy Transition (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
GETGeneral Excise Tax
GETGlobal Electronic Technology, Inc. (Cypress, CA)
GETGeneral Exchange Tariff
GETGuaranteed Education Tuition (State of Washington)
GETGroup Encrypted Transport
GETGang Enforcement Team
GETGroupe des Écoles de Télécommunications (French: Group of Telecommunications Schools)
GETGroupe Eurotunnel SA
GETGround Elapsed Time
GETGeneral Employee Training
GETGreen Earth Technologies, Inc (Stamford, CT)
GETGolden Empire Transit District
GETGraduate Engineer Trainee
GETGroup Execute Trigger
GETGreenwich Electronic Time
GETGet Execute Trigger
GETGraph Editor Toolkit (Java)
GETGalesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau (WI school district)
GETGuide des Équivalents Thérapeutiques
GETGeraldton, Western Australia, Australia - Geraldton (Airport Code)
GETGlobal Edit Table
GETGlobal English Test (Taiwan)
GETGrupo Editorial Telecinco
GETGraduate Entry Teaching
GETGrope des Ecoles de Telecommunications (France)
GETGeneral Electric Computer Users Group
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in classic literature ?
The head waiter's fee is a shade less than the portier's; the Boots, who not only blacks your boots and brushes your clothes, but is usually the porter and handles your baggage, gets a somewhat smaller fee than the head waiter; the chambermaid's fee ranks below that of the Boots.
how nice it would be if we could only get through into Looking- glass House!
Let's pretend the glass has got all soft like gauze, so that we can get through.
Oh, what fun it'll be, when they see me through the glass in here, and can't get at me!'
She'll get tired of Jerry, and go off and marry a soldier, and we'll live happy ever after." "Think so?" I says.
Every opportunity you get. There's nothing like consulting a girl's folks to put you in good with her." And he pats Jerry on the shoulder again and goes indoors to find his pipe.
Then they examined the prizes, gathered up their things, and went off to the brook, where Martin swallowed huge draughts of water to get rid of the taste; and they visited the sedge-bird's nest, and from thence struck across the country in high glee, beating the hedges and brakes as they went along; and Arthur at last, to his intense delight, was allowed to climb a small hedgerow oak for a magpie's nest with Tom, who kept all round him like a mother, and showed him where to hold and how to throw his weight; and though he was in a great fright, didn't show it, and was applauded by all for his lissomness.
The farmer began to take Holmes for a master; besides, he wanted to get back to his flock.
How could a Presbyterian get along without a devil?"
But, mind you, Cornelia, I believe it's going to get the worst of it in the long run."
He said we came here solely on my account, that I was to have perfect rest and all the air I could get. "Your exercise depends on your strength, my dear," said he, "and your food somewhat on your appetite; but air you can absorb all the time." So we took the nursery at the top of the house.
At first he meant to repaper the room, but afterwards he said that I was letting it get the better of me, and that nothing was worse for a nervous patient than to give way to such fancies.