be out of here(redirected from are out of here)
be out of here
To leave or depart from a specific place. I think we'd better be out of here—things are starting to look a little bit rough. I don't have to listen to this criticism—I'm out of here!
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be out of herebe making a hasty departure. informal
2005 Yorkshire Post Today When the Customs officers saw this they approached him and identified themselves by shouting ‘Customs and Excise’ but as they did, the defendant was heard to say ‘I'm out of here’ and he ran off after locking both vehicles.
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be out of hereSlang
To leave; depart.
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