What does "Just a sec. I will GET him" mean ?

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  • Dave
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    'sec.' is short and very colloquial for a 'second', the time unit. There are sixty of them in a minute.  'Get' means most of the time 'go and fetch' somebody. If the whole situation is on the telephone or similar, then the 'get' means to 'connect' two people (but not in person). 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    'Sec' = 'second' in time.

    The word 'get' can be use as the 'universal' verb in so many settings!

    So the whole thing means.  "Wait just a moment, please. I will fetch (bring, etc) him."

    Source(s): 'Sec' = 'second'.
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