get out of
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get out of(
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to escape)
a. librarse de
Nick went to the bathroom just before the check came to get out of having to pay.Nick se fue al baño justo antes de que llegara la cuenta para librarse de tener que pagar.
b. salir de
Jamie is anxious to get out of high school and go to college.Jamie está deseoso de salir de la escuela secundaria e ir a la universidad.
2. (to give up)
a. perder
After his surgery, Ricardo got out of the habit of running every day.Después de la operación, Ricardo perdió la costumbre de correr todos los días.
3. (to exit a vehicle)
a. bajarse
Grace and Steve parked, got out of the car, and went into the shopping mall.Grace y Steve se estacionaron, se bajaron del auto y entraron al centro comercial.
4. (to extract)
a. sacar
She was embarrassed by what she had done, so it took me nearly an hour to get the whole story out of her.Estaba avergonzada por lo que había hecho, así que me tomó casi una hora sacarle toda la historia.
5. (to gain)
a. sacar de
I get a lot of ideas for my classes out of this writer's articles.Saco muchas ideas para mis clases de los artículos de esta autora.
b. ganar con
What will you get out of this transaction?¿Qué vas a ganar con esta transacción?
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get out of
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (car)
a. salir or bajar de
2. (the way)
a. apartarse de
to g out of doing somethinglibrarse de hacer algo
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get out of
intransitive verb
1 (escape) [+duty, punishment] librarse de; [+difficulty] salir de
some people will do anything to get out of paying taxes algunas personas hacen lo imposible para librarse de pagar impuestos
he's trying to get out of going to the funeral I promised so I can't get out of it
there's no getting out of it no hay más remedio
you got out of doing the washing up yesterday
how are you going to get out of this one? ¿cómo vas a salir de esta?
2 (lose)
to get out of the habit of doing sth perder la costumbre de hacer algo
verb:transitive:plus_preposition
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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