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    Multi-part verbs

    I'd like to ask about a multi-part verb "get out of". Can it mean= understand or benefit?
    Example:
    I got a lot out of my revision sessions.
    Thanks a lot for your appreciatable efforts.

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    Re: Multi-part verbs

    It means 'benefit from'.

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