get out


get out

verb

Definition of GET OUT

1
to become known <news of the rock star's secret wedding got out to the news media>
Near Antonyms hush (up), suppress; conceal, disguise, hide, mask; secrete
2
to get free from a dangerous or confining situation <tried but couldn't get out of the old well without assistance>
3
to produce and release for distribution in printed form <a romance novelist who got a new book out every year>
Near Antonyms censor, suppress

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