n. 1 (context Northern England Geordie pejorative English) A nasty person. 2 (context Northumbria English) A child, especially a mischievous one. 3 a ritual Jewish divorce.
Gett, previously known as GetTaxi, is an Israeli-based startup that connects customers with taxi drivers. Customers can order a cab either through the company's website, or by using the company's GPS-based smartphone app. The app is compatible with iPhone, BlackBerry and Android platforms. Gett currently operates in more than 50 cities, including New York City, London, Moscow and 13 cities in Israel.
Usage examples of "gett".
Leta Gett the next day, wanting to hear more of what she remembered of the curse and Nial Lynn.
I walked down the length of the hall until I stood at the doorway that Leta Gett had seen.
Furl Gett and Willom Travers found me stumbling through the trees, and gave me a ride home.
I thought, while I watched some birds fly north over Ley Gett in his field furrowing south.
Do yyou knnoww how mmuch orre I havve to digg to gett a hunndrredd chipss frrom GAX?
Salish, asked where you were, and so did Ley Gett, and Tamis Orley-they wanted to dance with you.
I am earnestly requested to gett agayne that copy of our part wch I lent you for D.