get out

[ɡet aʊt]


  • to leave a place or to ask someone to leave a place;
  • to spend time outside your home enjoying yourself;
  • to remove a thing that is placed inside;
  • to reveal a secret.

Also, we use a phrase "get out of here" rather often in our everyday speech. You can read about it here.

Examples 👇

People invited to get out and count bats in our communitites.

"I have never seen someone scream so much in my life, it was pretty incredible. He was shouting ‘wake up, get out the building’ for about ten minutes until the fire crews arrived.

And while this Memorial Day will be different because of the coronavirus pandemic, there are ways to get out safely if you feel comfortable leaving your home.

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