25 used for saying that someone is no longer in a bad situation
out of trouble/danger/mischief etc: Parents will be relieved that their children are out of danger.
Stacey will be allowed to go free on condition that he stays out of trouble for a year.
be out of it: Everyone was fighting everyone else – I’m glad to be out of it.
a way out (=a way of escaping from a bad situation): We are facing a major crisis and there is no easy way out.