get (someone or something) out of (one's) sight(redirected from get you out of sight)
get (someone or something) out of (one's) sight
To move someone or something out of one's view. Tiffany is terrified of crabs, so I made sure to get that picture out of her sight. Get the kids out of my sight—I'm so angry that I can't even look at them right now. Get that hideous painting out of my sight!
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get someone or something out of one's sight
Fig. to remove someone or something from one's presence. (Often said in anger.) Get that child out of my sight! Please get that cake out of my sight.
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