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get outside (of) (something)

To fully and heartily consume food or a beverage. I'd love to get outside of a fat, juicy steak right about now. I can't wait to finish work and get outside a few pints.
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get outside of

eat or drink something. informal
1981 Sam McAughtry Belfast Stories We'll get outside of a feed of bacon and egg and black pudding.
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North Wales is a place of abundant and outstanding natural beauty, so why not get a spring in your step and get outside?
In late February, when the weather warmed up just enough to get outside and do some gardening, I made a point of talking with my neighbors.
He's real dangerous when he gets outside, and he looks like he wants to get outside almost all the time."
Get outside "Getting outdoors is rejuvenating," Gaz says.
This summer, I hope you'll make time to get outside with your children or grandchildren.
1 GET OUTSIDE: It's very tempting to be inactive and hibernate at this time of year, but going for a brisk walk at lunchtime will do wonders for your mood.