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I'm out of here
slang I'm leaving. "Out of" is commonly shortened colloquially as "outta." I don't have to listen to this criticism—I'm outta here! OK, well, the train comes in five minutes, so I'm out of here.
colloquial A shortening of "out of" into a single word. I think we'd better get outa here, things are starting to look a little bit rough. That's it, I'm not waiting any longer—I'm outa here!
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I'm out of here.and I'm outa here.
Inf. I am leaving this minute. In three minutes I'm outa here. I'm out of here. Bye.
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I’m out of hereand I’m outa here and I’m outie
sent. I am leaving this minute. In three minutes I’m outa here.
I’m outa hereverb
See I’m out of here
phr. out of. (Eye-dialect. Used in writing only for effect. Used in the examples of this dictionary.) In two minutes I’m outa here!
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