Phrasal Verb: Get out of

Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Avoid doing something you dislike

Example: I said I wasn't feeling well and GOT OUT OF the extra work.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Leave a car, van, etc.

Example: We GOT OUT OF the taxi and paid the driver.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Stop a regular activity or habit

Example: If you GET OUT OF a routine, it can be hard to start again.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Make someone confess or tell the truth

Example: The police couldn't GET any information OUT OF him.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Make someone give something to you

Example: Did you GET a refund OUT OF the travel agency?

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Derive pleasure or benefit from something

Example: She's GETTING a lot OUT OF her university course.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out of


Meaning: Help someone avoid doing something

Example: I GOT him OUT OF having to work at the weekend.

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