get some (third-person singular simple present gets some, present participle getting some, simple past got some, past participle gotten some)
- Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see get, some.
- (US, euphemistic, informal) To have sex.
- So, did you get some with him?
- I'm going to that new club to get some tonight.
- (dysphemism, informal) To attack or physically assault in a rapid manner.
- The young Marine was spoiling for a fight; he hoped to get some during his next tour of duty.