get out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb get out (2).

Meaning: If you get something out, you remove it from whatever it's in.

For example:

  • get sth out After you get the clothes out of the washing machine, hang them out to dry.

  • get sth out It's really difficult to get wine stains out of a carpet.

Quick Quiz:

If you have money in a piggy bank and you want to get it out, you have to

a. work and save

b. break it open

c. keep it safe

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Contributor: Matt Errey