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'Register' is the degree of formality called for in a particular written or spoken context. Very broadly, we distinguish 'formal', 'informal' and 'vulgar' usage in both writing and speech, but finer distinctions may be needed.

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It means that she is getting older and is still attractive (not unattractive). This is one of the interpretations of the phrasal verb to get on, generally it means to advance in some way. Get on, in t …
answered Aug 11 '18 by Ubu English