Phrasal Verb: Get out

Phrasal Verb: Get out


Meaning: Leave the house to visit place and socialise

Example: She doesn't GET OUT much now she has her baby.

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Meaning: Become known when people want it to remain secret

Example: The truth GOT OUT despite the injunction on reporting the case.

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Phrasal Verb: Get out


Meaning: Leave a place, escape

Example: The dog GOT OUT because I left the door open.

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Meaning: Remove something from where it is stored to use it

Example: I GOT the car OUT so that we could load up the suitcases.

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Meaning: Remove dirt or something unwanted

Example: I spilled some red wine on my carpet and can't GET the stains OUT.

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Meaning: Publish, make available for the public to see or buy

Example: We have to GET the report OUT by the end of the month.

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Meaning: Say what you want when it is difficult

Example: He was so upset he couldn't GET the words OUT.

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