What is the phrase 'get up' when translated from English to Spanish?

"Levántate" will be the most used. Some people could say it differently, but that's because of culture and dialects. Examples of that would be: "Levantate" (note that there's no stress in the a, which makes it sound different) "Levántese" (this is more like a respectful and formal way) Either one of the three means the same thing, it's just a matter of what country you are in or who are you saying it to...