Does "get to work" (imperative) translate directly, or is there another way of saying this?
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You could say "an die Arbeit!". This however does not include any information about who has to get to work: It can mean "get to work" and "let us all get to work".
An informal way to express that an immediate action is asked from an imperative would be adding "auf" or "los":