get out of (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb get out of (2).
Meaning: to take off clothes because they're uncomfortable or inappropriate
- 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.
After he'd finished surfing, Mark asked me to help him get out of
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Contributor: Matt Errey