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Meaning of “get sth out of your system” - Learner’s Dictionary

get sth out of your system

to get rid of a strong feeling or a need to do something, especially by expressing that feeling or doing the thing you want to do: It's not a bad idea to travel before getting a job - that way you get it out of your system.Expressing and showing feelings
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