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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 02:13:04 EST ID:XS8FLVXN No.12898
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I'm looking for a synonym of 'get' which implies that the object or action is received unintentionally, or that it's undesired. Does such a verb exist in English? Yes, I checked the thesaurus, but I didn't find anything that satisfied me.

The closest word I can think of is 'take' as in, "The car really took a beating this winter." But it just doesn't usually work outside of idioms like 'take a beating/licking'.
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Rebecca Sannerworth - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:27:33 EST ID:EZhWUXnB No.12899 Ignore Report Reply
Catch

>He will catch a beating
>You will catch a cold
>I caught a felony charge

Very informal.
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Reuben Snodway - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:54:55 EST ID:tkutlT9X No.12902 Ignore Report Reply
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Receive can fill that niche, depending on context.
>You will receive a beating
>I received some very bad news
>you don't want to be on the receiving end of this
>hopefully I don't receive a beef bukkake today
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Jack Wellerwell - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 02:32:31 EST ID:moFVd4Ao No.12903 Ignore Report Reply
verb form of sustain, i.e. to sustain an injury
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Phineas Copperfuck - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 14:52:23 EST ID:tkutlT9X No.12910 Ignore Report Reply
>>12903
Ooh! That reminds me of suffer!
>I suffered a kick to my testicles
>I cannot suffer another moment of this horse shit
>this thread is insufferable
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Fanny Biffingkire - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 03:46:30 EST ID:pfV1k0Io No.12936 Ignore Report Reply
Depends on the object received.

There's no word that specifically contrasts "get" with "get unintentionally" as in some prefixing languages.

cost are incurred
beatings are suffered
gifts are received
hits are delivered

Strictly speaking, received is just the French parallel of Saxon get. They're still almost entirely interchangeable although gotten is rarer in the passive voice than received.
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Angus Hicklespear - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 04:54:01 EST ID:AuSQ7OmV No.12941 Ignore Report Reply
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isn't get the one that implies it's unintentional or undesired? take is the one that makes it seem intended and using it ironically implies the lack of intent. is there some word parallel like this in some other language that you're trying to match in english?
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Cornelius Gooddock - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 17:14:49 EST ID:t3GIWSES No.12946 Ignore Report Reply
>>12902

>hopefully I receive a beef bukkake today

FTFY, beef bukkake is delicious


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