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get out (1)

Meaning: to move out of an enclosed space, such as a building or a car

Synonym: leave

For example:

  • get out The doors were locked and there were bars on the windows so the people inside couldn't get out of the building.

  • get out Make sure there are no cars coming before you get out of the taxi.

Quick Quiz:

You'll need to get out of a building if
  1. the lifts are broken
  2. there's a storm outside
  3. it's on fire

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