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Could you please read over my perceptions?
I am comparing get by and put up in different situations.

In Positive (they are different):
I put up with your rough tongue. You must be grateful. - it is annoying, but I am patient.
I got by having four computers for our project, but we needed ten computers. - It is hard, but I can do my project with four computers.

In Negative: (I think these are slightly similar)
I cannot put up with you tongue anymore!
I cannot get by with your tongue anymore!
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I put up with your rough tongue.-- 'Put up with' = tolerate.
I got by having four computers for our project, but we needed ten computers. -- 'Get by' = barely succeed; to manage to exist, survive, continue in business, etc., in spite of difficulties.

I cannot put up with you tongue anymore! = cannot tolerate
I cannot get by with your tongue anymore! = No meaning.
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Mister MicawberI cannot get by with your tongue anymore! = No meaning.
Thank you very much. Emotion: smile
Would you please make it negative correctly, and explain the meaning?
There is no negative form of 'get by' that means what you suggest; you are simply misusing the idiom.
Thanks. Emotion: smile
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