to get oneself together

to get oneself together
{{to get oneself together}}
começar a controlar a vida, as emoções. to get out 1 escapar. 2 ajudar alguém a escapar. 3 divulgar, soltar um segredo. I got it out of him / arranquei o segredo dele. 4 publicar. to get out of 1 livrar-se de. how can we get out of this? / como é que vamos sair dessa? 2 ter prazer ou graça. what can young people get out of listening to that kind of music? / que prazer os jovens têm em escutar aquele tipo de música? 3 persuadir alguém para ter algo em troca, Braz coll ganhar. what do I get out of it? / o que ganho com isso? to get over 1 recuperar-se, restabelecer-se de. she got over her sorrow / ela se recuperou do sofrimento. 2 impressionar-se. 3 lidar com os problemas e resolvê-los. 4 comunicar-se.

English-Portuguese dictionary. 2013.

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