to get at
zarar vermek, uğraşmak, kötülük etmek, bulaşmak, demek istemek, -e erişmek, ima etmek
- When someone is getting at something, they mean it or are trying to express it
I'm not sure what you're getting at - don't you think I should come tonight?
What do you think the poet is getting at in these lines?
- to reach or obtain something, especially something that is difficult to get
I've put the cake on a high shelf where he can't get at it.
- to influence a person illegally, usually by offering them money or threatening them
The accused claimed that the witness had been got at.