peel out


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Related to peel out: peel off

peel out

Of a car or its driver, to accelerate to a very high speed after being stationary, especially when resulting in the wheels spinning in place and leaving skid marks on the ground. After ramming into my rear bumper, the other car just peeled out and sped away out of view. Peel out as soon as we're in the car—we should have a few minutes to get clear of the area before the cops show up.
See also: out, peel

peel out

[for a driver] to speed off in a car with a screeching of tires. Dave got in his car and peeled out, waking the neighbors. I wish he would stop peeling out!
See also: out, peel

peel out

v.
To drive a vehicle away suddenly and quickly, especially by spinning and skidding the tires loudly: The angry teenager left the house quickly and peeled out of the driveway.
See also: out, peel