How to Conjugate Get Off
- Infinitive: Get Off
- Present Tense: Get Off/ Gets Off
- -ing Form: Getting Off
- Past Tense: Got Off
- Past Participle: Got/Gotten Off
Definitions of Get Off:
1. To leave a form of transportation, except a car.
Examples: The bus driver made the man get off the bus because he was disturbing the other passengers.
Get off the bike and come eat dinner.
2. To remove yourself or something from a surface.
Examples: Please get your shoes off the dining room table.
Get the cat off my bed.
3. To be sexually stimulated.
Examples: He gets off on cyber porn.
Guys get off on girls with a big butt.
4. To finish work.
Examples: I don’t get off until late tonight.
What time do you get off work?
5. To escape punishment.
Examples: He got off because he paid for a good lawyer.
Celebrities always get off with a slap on the hand.
6. To finish or stop talking on the phone.
Examples: I need to get off this phone and start dinner.
They went to sleep on the phone because neither of them wanted to get off.
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