get out

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Synonyms for get out

take out of a container or enclosed space

express with difficulty

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bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover

escape potentially unpleasant consequences

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With two outs, Cuddyer stepped to the plate, and Shields struck him out looking to get out of the jam.
But Billingsley was able to get out of a bases loaded jam in his final inning as Nady grounded out to short.
I don't think they wanted us to get out of the debt.
People would pick OutWeek up in New York, but it would take a week to get out to San Francisco, so we would actually fax copies out to people on the West Coast so they didn't have to wait for the news.
On the set I spend up to 18 hours a day in a spandex catsuit with a built-in corset that takes 20 minutes to get into and 42 minutes to get out of when I have to go to the bathroom,'' she explained.