exit, go out, get out, leave(verb)
move out of or depart from
"leave the room"; "the fugitive has left the country"
date, pop off, go out, give-up the ghost, get off, choke, go away, bring out, get around, drop dead, cash in one's chips, leave alone, kick the bucket, expire, bequeath, lead, go steady, leave, buy the farm, pass away, perish, croak, conk, see, pull up stakes, pull, will, take out, break, snuff it, decease, leave behind, give, go, depart, allow, pass, provide, escape, impart, die, allow for, pull out, draw, exit, pass on, go forth, entrust, get by, result, get away, forget
bring out, get out(verb)
take out of a container or enclosed space
"Get out your best dress--we are going to a party!"
let on, go out, get off, bring out, unwrap, get around, reveal, disclose, release, expose, bring on, unveil, put out, publish, pull, give away, take out, break, leave, set off, divulge, exit, escape, produce, pull out, draw, issue, uncover, get by, discover, introduce, get away, let out
pull out, get out(verb)
move out or away
"The troops pulled out after the cease-fire"
express with difficulty
"I managed to get out a few words"
draw, pull, pull out, get out, take out(verb)
bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover
"draw a weapon"; "pull out a gun"; "The mugger pulled a knife on his victim"
thread, withdraw, run, tie, deplume, draw, suck, absorb, displume, pull up, cast, deplumate, pull, draw and quarter, reap, draw in, overstretch, escape, back down, bow out, root for, pull back, disembowel, bring out, take up, omit, extract, get around, remove, rive, move out, sop up, take out, eviscerate, unpack, pull in, exclude, buy food, quarter, make, chicken out, pull out, get, describe, puff, rend, take away, soak up, pluck, drag, get off, take in, excerpt, attract, force, trace, get away, ask out, except, exit, get by, draw out, draw off, go out, rip, leave out, pass, line, invite out, guide, suck up, delineate, perpetrate, break, string, back off, leave off, depict, leave, tear, commit, imbibe
break, get out, get around(verb)
be released or become known; of news
"News of her death broke in the morning"
crack, break away, give way, get about, soften, reveal, develop, unwrap, conk out, collapse, die, transgress, founder, weaken, discover, snap off, stop, go, demote, pull, break out, separate, split, give away, damp, smash, bypass, interrupt, offend, fracture, relegate, bring out, violate, divulge, pause, let on, get around, escape, take out, wear out, cave in, break-dance, break up, check, give out, break in, go out, give, split up, better, burst, go bad, pull out, breach, break off, disclose, bust, draw, erupt, get off, recrudesce, break dance, go against, dampen, get away, break down, fall in, bump, let out, ruin, fall apart, short-circuit, get by, kick downstairs, part, infract, exit, fail, come apart, bankrupt, expose, break, discontinue, swing, intermit, leave, go around, wear
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, get off, 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, 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
How to use get out in a sentence?
Maybe this is what they always thought, and now it’s out in the open, danish politics is just about Muslims now. They want us to get more assimilated or get out. I do n’t know when they will be satisfied with us.
We were worried the fire would be really hot with embers coming through, there was a period of not knowing how we'd get out.
You have to hopefully get out and get people to support us, if you don't, that will be the beginning of ending everything that you've gotten.
Immediately we decided we need to get out of there because we saw debris falling from the building.
When I missed the pitch, I knew I thought it was the best pitch that Watson was gonna throw me, so I was a little upset, and [Hundley] told me to stop complaining, get back into the box. And when I got in his face, he told me to also get out of his face. So that's when I got upset. I didn't like that he was telling me what to do, and then he said some words to me in English that I really can't repeat.
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