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get out of (2)

Meaning: to take off clothes because they're uncomfortable or inappropriate

For example:

  • get out of sth Wait a moment while I get out of these wet clothes.

  • get out of sth After finishing his run he jumped in the pool without getting out of his running gear.

Quick Quiz:

After he'd finished surfing, Mark asked me to help him get out of
  1. his surfboard
  2. his wetsuit
  3. his beach towel

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