get (someone) in

vb
to engage in lesbian sex
► 'They're all getting each other in, didn't you know that?' (Recorded, London student, September 1995)

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • get someone off your back — get (someone) off (your) back informal to stop someone trying to force you to do something, or to stop someone criticizing you. I had to sell my house to get the creditors off my back …   New idioms dictionary

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