leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
be relieved of one's duties temporarily
send, get off, send off(verb)
"The spy sent the classified information off to Russia"
ship, beam, dispatch, place, trip, mail, send off, commit, station, dismount, get down, post, despatch, get out, institutionalise, transport, direct, trip out, turn on, charge, escape, broadcast, send out, hop out, air, institutionalize, send, get by, project, light, unhorse, get away, transmit
cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case
"The lawyer got him off, even though there was no doubt in everybody's mind that he killed his wife"
get off, get away, get by, get out, escape(verb)
escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action
"She gets away with murder!"; "I couldn't get out from under these responsibilities"
scarper, trip out, go out, fly the coop, scat, trip, run away, get around, mail, send, send off, lam, dismount, get down, break away, get by, head for the hills, grapple, bunk, take to the woods, deal, pull, hop out, get out, take out, break, manage, leave, break loose, turn on, make out, miss, bring out, pull out, draw, hightail it, elude, exit, run, contend, cope, make do, escape, light, unhorse, get away, turn tail
enjoy in a sexual way
"He gets off on shoes"
unhorse, dismount, light, get off, get down(verb)
alight from (a horse)
trip out, swallow, write down, get, bring down, trip, mail, send off, lower, demoralise, commence, dismount, illuminate, light up, demoralize, illume, fire up, dispirit, hop out, get out, fall, alight, set about, take down, set down, turn on, start, put down, begin, escape, perch, ignite, let down, cast down, start out, depress, send, illumine, get by, deject, dismay, light, get down, unhorse, get away, set out
hop out, get off(verb)
get out of quickly
"The officer hopped out when he spotted an illegally parked car"
mail, get off(verb)
send via the postal service
"I'll mail you the check tomorrow"
trip, trip out, turn on, get off(verb)
get high, stoned, or drugged
"He trips every weekend"
jaunt, trip out, spark off, excite, trip, mail, spark, depend upon, trip up, commove, send off, agitate, dismount, get down, trigger, get by, trigger off, hinge on, arouse, hop out, send, ride, depend on, set off, stumble, turn on, charge, activate, escape, wind up, devolve on, touch off, charge up, rouse, travel, get out, sex, hinge upon, actuate, light, switch on, unhorse, get away
"He got off the best line I've heard in a long time"
To move from being on top of (something) to not being on top of it.
To disembark, especially from mass transportation, such as a bus or train.
To stop using a piece of equipment, such as a telephone or computer.
Can you get off the phone, please? I need to use it urgently.
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How to use get off in a sentence?
Guns are always going to come into the city one way or another, no matter how many guns we get off the street: if we take off 12 guns today, there are probably 24 more out there.
I couldn't wait to get off the ship, i just wanted to get off.
As Justice Kennedy observed, forcing nonmembers to subsidize a union they disagree with doesn't make them free riders, it makes them compelled riders. Today it seems like the court is finally ready to let them get off that train.
Fox and Erickson need to get off their high horse on how outraged they are NOW about sexism and decency, let's focus on winning the election, not winning accolades from The New York Times.
Things are not going to work out great if all you do is just not eat salt, but maybe, just maybe, they'll start to watch how much they eat, maybe they will get off the subway a stop earlier and walk, instead of taking the elevator, they will walk two flights, there will be some weight loss.
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- sundat, potěšit, pomilovat, přestat, usnout, vystoupitCzech
- descender, irse, follar, bajarse, librarseSpanish
- päästä, selvitä, poista, nukahtaaFinnish
- descendre, arrêterFrench
- thig dhethScottish Gaelic
- riaddormentarsi, darci un taglio, lasciar perdere, smettere, arrapare, scendere, cessare, cavarsela, spostare, scamparla, eccitare, riprendere sonno, fare sesso, desistere, mollare, scopareItalian
- 下車, 降ろす, 降りるJapanese
- stappen, uitstappen, afhalen, afstappen, afgaan, afkomenDutch
- descer, desistir, desembarcar, pararPortuguese
- se da jos, coborî, da josRomanian
- снимать, сойти, опустить, спускаться, опуститься, опускать, спуститься, выйти, опускаться, снять, выходить, сходитьRussian
- tránh raVietnamese
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