get out of here


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get out of here

1. interjection An exclamation of surprise, disbelief, or incredulity. Sally's brother is dating my cousin? Get out of here! You just won the lottery? Get out of here!
2. verb To leave or depart from a specific place. Also used as a command to do so. I think we'd better get out of here, things are starting to look a little bit rough. Get out of here, you hooligans!
See also: get, here, of, out
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Get out of here!

exclam. You are just kidding me!; You are making that up! See you tomorrow. I’m out of here!
See also: get, of, out
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