get out

get out
get out
1) (exit) uscire (through, by da)

get out and don't come back! — vattene e non tornare più!

2) (make social outing) uscire
3) (resign) andarsene
4) (alight) scendere
5) (be let out) [prisoner] uscire, essere rilasciato
6) (leak) [news] venire fuori, trapelare; get [sth.] out, get out [sth.]
7) (bring out) tirare fuori [handkerchief]

I couldn't get the words out — non riuscivo a tirare fuori o fare uscire le parole

8) (extract) tirare fuori, via [cork]
9) (erase) fare andar via, togliere [stain]
10) (take on loan) prendere in prestito [library book]; get [sb.] out (release) fare uscire, (fare) rilasciare [prisoner]

to get sth. out of sth. — (bring out) tirare fuori qcs. da qcs.; (find and remove) tirare via qcs. da qcs. [stuck object]

I can't get it out of my mind — non riesco a togliermelo dalla mente

* * *
1) (to leave or escape: No-one knows how the lion got out.) scappare
2) ((of information) to become known: I've no idea how word got out that you were leaving.) trapelare
* * *
1. vt + adv

to get out (of) — (take out) tirare fuori (da), (money: from bank) ritirare (da), (stain) levare (da), togliere (da), (book: from library) prendere in prestito (da)

get those children out of here! — leva quei bambini di torno!

2. vi + adv
(news) venirsi a sapere, spargersi

to get out (of) — (go out) uscire (da), (leave) andar via (da), uscire (da), (from vehicle) scendere (da), (escape) scappare (da)

* * *
get out
1) (exit) uscire (through, by da)

get out and don't come back! — vattene e non tornare più!

2) (make social outing) uscire
3) (resign) andarsene
4) (alight) scendere
5) (be let out) [prisoner] uscire, essere rilasciato
6) (leak) [news] venire fuori, trapelare; get [sth.] out, get out [sth.]
7) (bring out) tirare fuori [handkerchief]

I couldn't get the words out — non riuscivo a tirare fuori o fare uscire le parole

8) (extract) tirare fuori, via [cork]
9) (erase) fare andar via, togliere [stain]
10) (take on loan) prendere in prestito [library book]; get [sb.] out (release) fare uscire, (fare) rilasciare [prisoner]

to get sth. out of sth. — (bring out) tirare fuori qcs. da qcs.; (find and remove) tirare via qcs. da qcs. [stuck object]

I can't get it out of my mind — non riesco a togliermelo dalla mente


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