get\ out


get\ out
1. I
1) the police are coming, we'd better get out! полиция!, надо уходить!
2) the secret (the date of the attack, the story, etc.) got out тайна и т. д. стала известной; they mustn't let the news get out надо, чтобы об этом никто не узнал
2. II
get out in some manner I don't know how the acid (the gas, water, etc.) got out я не знаю, как произошла утечка кислоты и т. д.
3. III
get out smth. /smth. out/1)
get out a good bottle of wine (one's tools, this nail, a penknife, etc.) вытащить /достать/ бутылку хорошего вина и т. д.
2)
get out a word (a few words of thanks, a short speech, etc.) произнести слово и т. д.
3)
get out a new book (a report, etc.) опубликовать / издать/ новую книгу и т. д.
4. XXI1
1) get out smth. /smth. out/ from smb. get out the truth (some facts, information, etc.) from him выудить у него правду и т. д.
2) || get smb. out on bail освободить кого-л. [из тюрьмы] под залог
5. XXV
get out that... the story got out that you were behind it всем стало известно, что за этим стояли вы

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • get out — {v. phr.} 1. Leave or depart. * / Get out of here! the teacher shouted angrily to the misbehaving student./ * / Driver, I want to get out by the opera. / 2. To publish; produce. * /Our press is getting out two new books on ecology./ 3. To escape; …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get out — {v. phr.} 1. Leave or depart. * / Get out of here! the teacher shouted angrily to the misbehaving student./ * / Driver, I want to get out by the opera. / 2. To publish; produce. * /Our press is getting out two new books on ecology./ 3. To escape; …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get out — verb Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. leave, escape < doubted that he would get out alive > 2. to become known ; leak out < their secret got out > transitive verb 1. to cause to leave or esca …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • get out of — {v. phr.} 1. To be excused from; avoid. * /He got out of jury duty because of his illness./ 2. To gain from; extract from. * /Tom complained that he didn t get anything out of the course on grammar./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get out of — {v. phr.} 1. To be excused from; avoid. * /He got out of jury duty because of his illness./ 2. To gain from; extract from. * /Tom complained that he didn t get anything out of the course on grammar./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Get out the vote — Get out the vote, sometimes GOTV, is a term used to describe two categories of political activity, both aimed at increasing the number of votes cast in one or more elections. Impartial contexts In impartial contexts Get out the vote is a slogan… …   Wikipedia

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  • get out in the open — See: OUT IN THE OPEN …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get out of the way — See: OUT OF THE WAY …   Dictionary of American idioms

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