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|present participle||getting off|
|past tense||got off|
|past participle||got off|
Get off – you're hurting my back.
Get off the grass right now!
We get off early on Fridays.
What time do you get off work?
He was charged with manslaughter, but got off.
At best you can hope to get off with a £100 fine.
This is the British English definition of get off. View American English definition of get off.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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