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it/what gets me

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit/what gets meit/what gets meANNOYused to say that something really annoys you It really gets me the way he leaves wet towels on the bathroom floor. What gets me is their attitude. get
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it/what gets meThe same old thing - cleaning the same things all the time, that's what gets me.That's what gets me about it.Again, it gets me away utterly from television.Sometimes I can laugh it off but inside it gets me down.But never mind the niceties: it gets me in.But what gets me most is when somebody dies who hasn't really lived.Heaven knows I've tried talking to him, but it gets me nowhere.But it gets me out of the house for a while.
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