Dash out - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
To leave quickly. The burglar dashed out as soon as he heard the security alarm. I'm sorry to dash out, but I'll miss the bus if I don't leave now.
dash out (for something)
[for someone] to leave a place in a hurry to get something. Harry dashed out for some cigarettes. Excuse me. I just have to dash out.
References in periodicals archive
at the El Capitan Theatre and, as the lights were going down, dash out
and catch a plane to be in the stands for Game 1 of the 2001 World Series.
The performance takes place in an abandoned factory from which the dancers ultimately dash out
onto a beach.