See catch it.
Understand something, as in He claims his plan is reasonable, but I'm not sure I get it. This synonym for catch on was popularized during the 1980s through a televised political debate in which presidential nominee Ronald Reagan told his opponent, You just don't get it, do you? This particular phrase has since been repeated in numerous contexts where one is expressing exasperation at someone's failure to understand something. The phrase is also put in the past tense, got it, meaning “understood.” For example, We're leaving tomorrow.—OK, got it. [Colloquial; late 1800s] Also see get the message.
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In this cockamamie get-rich scheme, would they all issue an apology if he cut a check?
The kids are out of school, Mom is out of get-up-and-go, Dad is out of work.
He made an easy target, the know-it-all liberal egghead who demeaned the wisdom of the American people.
On her own path, though, the “relationship know-it-all” is embracing her own, different natural progression.
In her Twitter profile bio, writer Liz Tuccillo calls herself a “relationship know-it-all.”
The man called Shiv was driving Delancy's get-away car at a conservative pace so as not to excite suspicion.
Ten minutes later, Delancy drove the get-away car out of the service station.
It was in this room that Delancy's get-away car had changed paint jobs, and in about ten minutes.
But the exquisite was used to it; he would only have felt badly if they had ignored his new get-up.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
There was some sort of a phonograph device under the cowl of that get-away car, and this was hooked up to the radio switch.