How to Conjugate Get Down
- Infinitive: Get Down
- Present Tense: Get Down/ Gets Down
- -ing Form: Getting Down
- Past Tense: Got Down
- Past Participle: Gotten Down
Definitions of Get Down:
1. To move to a lower place or level.
Examples: Get down from there!
The fireman got the cat down from the tree.
2. To lower your body to the ground.
Examples: They heard shots, and got down immediately.
The police always tell the perpetrators to get down on the ground.
3. To make a person feel sad, depressed or bad.
Examples: Don’t let what those people said get you down.
The gloomy weather in Seattle always gets me down, so I don’t like living there.
4. To have a good time.
Examples: The fraternity got down at the step show last night.
C’mon, let’s go get down tonight!
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