French translation of get at
inseparable transitive verb
- (= be hostile to)
s'en prendre à
- [thing] (= reach)
- [truth, reality]
- (= mean)
what I'm getting at is that ...
ce que je veux dire, c'est que ...what are you getting at?
à quoi voulez-vous en venir?
Example Sentences Including 'get at'
Nurses, doctors, patients - he'd carve his way through all of them to get at me.Night Sisters
Of course, there were any number of ways to get at Cratyn, the easiest target being the hapless Lady Chastity.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Frido tried to organize a movement against two of the nearest of the bunkers, but they were difficult to get at.In Love and War
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Translation of get at from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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