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get on to (third-person singular simple present gets on to, present participle getting on to, simple past got on to, past participle (UK) got on to or (US) gotten on to)

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see get on,‎ to.
  2. (Britain) To contact (someone) in order to raise or discuss a certain matter.
    That pipe is leaking again. I'll get on to the plumber in the morning.
  3. To progress to; to start working on.
    I haven't got time to work on this report today; I'll get on to it tomorrow."