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get out of something

  1. To leave, exit, or become free of.
    Only movie criminals get out of handcuffs.
    I can't get out of this notion that she may have known all along.
  2. To circumvent some obligation entirely.
    Don't try getting out of our dinner party. You're coming!
    I only cheat so I can get out of doing work.
    Is there any way I can get out of Saturdays?

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