Etymology
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get along (v.)

"agree, live harmoniously," 1875, from get (v.) + along (adv.).

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Definitions of get along

get along (v.)
proceed or get along;
Synonyms: do / fare / make out / come
get along (v.)
have smooth relations;
My boss and I get along very well
Synonyms: get along with / get on with / get on
get along (v.)
develop in a positive way;
Synonyms: progress / come on / come along / advance / get on / shape up
From wordnet.princeton.edu