move out of or depart from;
"leave the room"
"the fugitive has left the country"
take out of a container or enclosed space;
"Get out your best dress--we are going to a party!"
move out or away;
"The troops pulled out after the cease-fire"
express with difficulty;
"I managed to get out a few words"
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"
be released or become known; of news;
"News of her death broke in the morning"
escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action;
"She gets away with murder!"
"I couldn't get out from under these responsibilities"
- I had to get out of that house in disguise.
- He waved the servant out of his room.
- Your secret appears to have leaked out.
- I wonder who spilled out the information.
- The tiger struggled to get out of the cage.
- We helped her get out through the back door.
- She churns out about ten new books every year.
- I expect to get the book out on time.
- get out of 逃避
- get out of line 违规
- get the utmost out of 最有效地使用...
- get the most out of 最有效的使用...
- get one's finger out 赶紧; 开始认真工作...
- get out of bed on the wrong side [俚]清早一起就发脾...
- get a bang out of [美俚]从中得到快乐...
- get blood out of a stone 做根本不可能的事(得...
- get a rise out of 招惹
- get the best out of 最有效地使用...
- get a rise out of someone 招惹
- get out of someone's road 给(某人)让路...
- get one's shirt out 发怒
- know enough to get out of the rain 知道自我照顾,知道怎...
- get someone's shirt out 惹某人冒火,触怒某人...
- get out the vote 获得预期的支持者...
- get out 离开
- get one's chin up and one's chest out 昂首挺胸
- get out of the red 嬴利
- not get a thing out of 从…得不到情报...