Can we say "Why don't you get him to come here?"?

"Get" means to convince someone.

So does the sentence express what I want to say?

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Yes: Why don't you get him to come here?

The idiom is: to get someone to do something.

Meaning: convince or persuade a person to do something.

Use of get like this is very useful in everyday English.

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