get even : Idioms in English

get even

To get revenge
Usage:
After Malory discovered Tim's betrayal, she vowed to get even.

get even Meaning(s)

  • (v) compensate; make the score equal
  • (v) take revenge or even out a score

get even in News

  1. Bracket: Best local sports championship of all time moves into Sweet 16 (vote here)

    Now things get even more interesting. It's big-time team against big-time team, and from recent years, too.
    on June 19, 2013 Source: Detroit Free Press

  2. Rain moving out for Wednesday

    Atlanta’s waterlogged June continued to get even soggier Tuesday, with more rain streaming into north Georgia from the west.
    on June 18, 2013 Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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