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to get away from a very unpleasant situation
to get to the end of a difficult or dangerous period or situation without any serious problems
formal to get someone out of a difficult or unpleasant situation
to get yourself out of a situation that you no longer want to be involved in
to reach a particular place, situation, or state, as a result of great effort or despite great difficulties or opposition
to not be badly harmed or damaged during a difficult period of time
to get out of a bad situation before it gets worse instead of waiting to see whether it will improve
to get out of a situation when it becomes too difficult or unpleasant
to try to avoid dealing with a difficult or unpleasant situation
informal to get away from a boring social situation
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow it
a coloured substance in the form of a small stick that women put on their lips, or a stick of this
moving with rhythm, together as one
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