How to Conjugate Get Out
- Infinitive: Get Out
- Present Tense: Get Out/ Gets Out
- -ing Form: Getting Out
- Past Tense: Got Out
- Past Participle: Gotten Out
Definitions of Get Out:
1. To leave or escape.
Examples: We need to get out of here before somebody comes.
Getting out of America to live abroad is the best thing I’ve done so far.
2. To be taken out of a place or situation.
Examples: My brother wants to get me out of my neighborhood because he thinks it’s unsafe.
She had to pay $50,000 to get him out on bail.
3. To remove something from a container.
Examples: Did you get the prize out of the cereal box?
Get that trash out of the recycle bin.
4. To make information public.
Examples: The news got out about what happened during spring break.
He tried to commit suicide after the truth got out.
5. To remove dirt or stains.
Examples: If you spill that red wine on your white dress, you won’t be able to get it out.
Grandma knows how to get grass stains out of our clothes.
6. To take advantage of someone or something.
Examples: If I help you, what will I get out of it?
People like performance coupons because they can get the most out of a good deal.
See our complete list of English phrasal verbs.