Phrasal Verbsphrasal verbjump to other results
get out ofphrasal verb
- 1to avoid a responsibility or duty We promised we'd go—we can't get out of it now. get out of doing something I wish I could get out of going to that meeting.
- 2 to stop having a particular habit I can't get out of the habit of waking up at six in the morning.
get out of something
to persuade someone to tell or give you something, especially by force The police finally got a confession out of her.jump to other results
get something out of somebody
to gain or obtain something good from someone or something She seems to get a lot out of life. He always gets the best out of people.jump to other results