to get the lay of the land

Definition of to get the lay of the land

to learn the general situation or state of affairs, especially in preparation for action.

See also: Lay



To get by heart
To get clear
To get drunk
To get forward
To get ground
To get hand
To get home
To get into
To get into trouble
To get loose
To get near
To get off
To get on
To get one's hand in
To get over
To get rid of
To get square with
To get the best of
To get the better of
To get the hang of
-to get the lay of the land-
To get the range of
To get the start
To get through
To get up
To gird on
To give
To give (one) the head
To give a handle
To give a loose
To give a person line
To give a piece of one's mind to
To give a say at
To give audience
To give away
To give back
To give battle
To give ear to
To give effect to
To give large
To give one rope
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