Idiom: get on with something
— I don't want to do my homework but I have to do it so I may as well get on with it.
— Everyone wants to chit chat about stupid stuff but I have work to do so I hope the director gets on with the meeting soon.
— If there are no more questions we'll get on with the test now.
— I hate watching three to four previews before movies. I wish they'd just get on with the show.
— Could we get on with the match? It's going to get dark in two hours.
— If they don't get on with the concert soon, let's just leave.
— Please get on with your presentation—we'll hold all further questions until after you're finished.
— Sorry, but I need to get on with this paper or I'll be working on it all night.
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