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get off (sth) or get sb off (sth)

phrasal verb with get uk   /ɡet/ us   verb -tt-, got, got, or US gotten
LAW to avoid punishment, or to help another person to avoid punishment for something: She was charged with fraud, but her lawyer managed to get her off.get off with sth The directors got off with a small fine.
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