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|When "get" is used with a past participle, it has the same meaning as "become" or "grow."
|If I wait in line for a long time, I get angry. (In other words, "I become angry," or "I grow angry.")
If I have nothing to do, I get sleepy. (In other words, "I become sleepy," or "I grow sleepy.")
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