(third-person singular simple present gets onto, present participle getting onto, simple past and past participle got onto)
- To move onto an object, especially one on which it is possible to stand.
- The child will get onto the merry-go-round.
- To contact a person or organisation about a particular matter.
- You should get onto the manufacturers and complain.
- To connect, especially to the Internet or a network.
- With my new computer, I can get onto the Internet faster.
- To scold someone.
- My father got onto me for taking the car without asking.