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Meaning of “you should get out more” in the English Dictionary

"you should get out more" in British English

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you should get out more

humorous used to ​tell someone that they are ​spending too much ​time doing things that are ​boring or not ​important: "I ​arranged all my CDs in ​alphabeticalorder." "Mmm, I ​think you should get out more, Mike."
(Definition of you should get out more from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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