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book (on) out

To leave a location very quickly. He booked on out the back door as soon as he saw his ex-girlfriend walk into the party. I booked out of the house when I realized that I was going to be late for my appointment.
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book (on) out

Sl. to leave in a hurry; to depart very suddenly and rapidly. I'm in a hurry, so I've got to book out right now. Let's book on out of this place as soon as we can.
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book out

verb
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BookOut, a service that automates monthly book outs, is the first of many clearinghouse functions Power Navigator is developing.
These newly designed modules also provide more accurate book outs by including data from both local and national used vehicle auction values as well as the Kelly Blue Book, NADA, and the Black Book.