I attempted to categorize the various usages of the phrase 'get to' for a better understanding, but got difficulties due to the scattered information. Would you be able to assist me in organizing the contexts in which 'get to' is used with both nouns and verbs? I know these meanings:
- arriving at a particular location
We need to get to the airport on time for our flight.
- achieving a particular goal
Let's make sure we get to the meeting on time.
- opportunity to do or experience something
I finally get to meet my favorite author
- process of understanding
I'm trying to get to grips with the new software.
- reach, arrive at
I’ll call you when I get to the railway station.
- have an opportunity to or be allowed to
How come he gets to be hall monitor? No fair!
- to upset or annoy
This job’s really getting to me.
- track down and intimidate
He’s refusing to testify. I think the Mob got to him.
Could you please tell me what I missed?