get - ... 3: ... (no. obj., with infinitive) to have the opportunity to do: 'he got to try out a few of these new cars.'
get - ... (intransitive) ... 2. To be able or permitted: 'never got to see Europe'; 'finally got to work at home.'http://www.bartleby.com/61/84/G0108400.html
get - ... (intransitive) ... 3a: to be able <never got to go to college>http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Di...
Random House unabridged:
get - ... (v.i.) ... 21. (Informal.) to succeed, become enabled or be permitted: 'You get to go to the movies twice a week.'
Webster's 3rd unabridged:
get - ... (vi) ... 3a: to have an opportunity: be able: CONTRIVE, MANAGE used with following infinitive <he never got to go to college Edmund Wilson> <was lucky to get to see the new play>
to get + infinitive ...
to get to do sth - (= get chance to) die Möglichkeit haben, etw zu tun; ...
to get to see sb/sth - jdn/etw zu sehen bekommen
to get - 2: (v.i.) ... c: ...
I never get to see you any more - dich sieht man ja gar nicht mehr /od./ bekommt man ja gar nicht mehr zu Gesicht;
to get to do sth. - (succeed in doing) etw. tun können; dazu kommen, etw. zu tun
get - ... 12 (intrans, colloq) to receive permission (to do something) Can you get to stay out late?http://www.chambersharrap.co.uk/chambers/chre...
get - ... V. intr. ... 32. a. Followed by infinitive (with 'to'): To attain, reach, secure an opportunity of (being or doing something), to come (to be or do); to acquire a habit of (doing).