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|present participle||getting out|
|past tense||got out|
|past participle||got out|
The teacher screamed at him to get out.
Get out of my house!
We don't get out much, as we have a young baby.
I washed the shirt twice, but I couldn't get the stain out.
Mike got a splinter of glass out of Jenny's toe.
There was a huge public outcry when the news got out.
It quickly got out that Marie was leaving Danny.
They were confident they could get the Conservatives out.
He tried to protest, but couldn't get the words out.
There was the usual rush to get the dictionary out on time.
This is the British English definition of get out. View American English definition of get out.
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