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I''ve been studying some English phrasal verbs and today I've come across the verb "get off" in these 2 sentences:
A - You're so lazy! Get off the couch and help me.
B - Why don't you get off you bike and come inside?
I've looked up the definition of this verb and scrolling all the meanings down I've read: When you're standing, lying or sitting on something, such as a horse, bicycle, stage, platform or piece of forniture and you step down from it onto the ground, you get off it.
Now, I'm wondering if "get off" with this meaning may be a synonim of "climb down" and "step down". Do you use these other two verbs with the same objects of "get off"? Does the definition I've given before works for "climb down" and "step down" too?
Thanks so much for you help