Idioms

get a lot of mileage out of (something)
to get much use from something (like a car or other equipment)
I hope to get a lot of mileage out of the new sneakers that I bought last week.
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  • get a lump in one's throat
  • get a move on
  • get a raw deal
  • get a rise out of (someone)
  • get a slap on the wrist
  • get a suntan
  • get a toehold (somewhere)
  • get a whiff of (something)
  • get a wiggle on
  • get a word in
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  • get up the nerve to (do something)
  • feel like having (something)
  • even so
  • jump the track
  • follow through with (something)
  • slated for (something)
  • lose out on (something)
  • patch up (something) or patch (something) up
  • draw to a close
  • word of mouth

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