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Meaning of “get out” - Learner’s Dictionary

get out

phrasal verb with get     /ɡet/ verb ( present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got, US gotten)
MOVE OUT B1 to move out of something, especially a vehicle: I'll get out when you stop at the traffic lights.Boarding and alighting from modes of transport
DIFFERENT PLACES to go out to different places and meet people in order to enjoy yourself: She doesn't get out so much now that she's got the baby.Being, becoming friends and getting to know someone
NEWS If news or information gets out, people hear about it although someone is trying to keep it secret.Revealing secrets and becoming known
(Definition of get out from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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