get down with

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get down with

  1. To become good friends with somebody, or group of people
    • 1997, Gwendolyn A. Dordick, Something Left To Lose. p.125
      It was pretty easy for me to get down with the crew...
  2. To join in an activity with somebody, or group of people.
    • 1975, Robert S. Gold, Jazz Talk, p 106
      It's not easy to get down with a group in which every instrument except the drums is doing it's own thing.
  3. To agree with, to accept.
    • 2004, Tom Wolfe, I Am Charlotte Simmons: A Novel, ISBN 0374706115, page 172:
      So they spend the rest of the night scrubbing it all off, and in the morning there's nothing left but chalk smears, and they think they've done the right thing. I can get down with that, but the Fist goes postal.