get down with
- (slang) To become good friends with.
- 1997, Gwendolyn A. Dordick, Something Left To Lose, page 125:
- It was pretty easy for me to get down with the crew...
- (slang) To join in an activity with (a person or people).
- 1975, Robert S. Gold, Jazz Talk, page 106:
- It's not easy to get down with a group in which every instrument except the drums is doing it's own thing.
- (slang) To agree with; to accept.
- 2004, Tom Wolfe, I Am Charlotte Simmons: A Novel, →ISBN, 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.