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Am I correct with the following interpretation?
The bank wanted me to pay a fee of £ 40 for every check returned. Get out!
Get out = That is absurd! [I am not paying that much]
I couldn't find it on online dictionaries!
You'll also hear "Get out of here!" to express amazement, astonishment, disbelief. In BrE, you'll hear "Go on!" and in Irish English "Go on with you" (pronounced "Go on wit/wid ya")!
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