get out ofphrasal verb

  • ja~から逃げ出す
  • ento avoid, evade, or escape from something

Examples

PLAY
2:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, I'm just gonna deal with it.
2.
I'm just gonna deal with it.
3.
I gotta get out of here.
PLAY
0:43 / --:--
Mute
1.
You are not a bad person.
2.
If we get out of this alive, I promise you I will help you however I can.
3.
Wow, thank you.
4.
Oh, your back is very wet.
5.
Yeah, I guess between the fur coat and all the cocaine, I've been sweating a lot.
PLAY
4:11 / --:--
Mute
1.
Reece let you use his car.
2.
Man, he was really desperate to get out of this, wasn't he?
3.
No, no, no, he wanted to go with you.
4.
He just thought we would have more fun together.
5.
Uh-hmm.
6.
Here.
7.
There you are.
8.
Oh, that's cute.
9.
But I can open my own doors.
10.
Thanks.
PLAY
1:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
There are people who don't think working men should be playing the game.
2.
I feel like a fraud.
3.
You've got a gift, son.
4.
A chance to get out of this life.
PLAY
1:56 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, Tracer apparently abuses her chronal accelerator to get out of arguments with her girlfriend.
PLAY
0:48 / --:--
Mute
1.
-
2.
And that's the easiest way to get out of fly fishing with your wife.
PLAY
8:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Some of them are a little mean, and they don't really deserve that.
2.
But some of them are just like...
3.
So many guys will always try to get out of the friend zone 'cause having a friend is not the worst thing in the world.
4.
Not every girl you talk to wants to get in your pants.
5.
PSA: Not everyone wants to get into your pants.
PLAY
0:27 / --:--
Mute
1.
Make a wish, beta.
2.
Kiss a girl and get out of this dump.
PLAY
1:43 / --:--
Mute
1.
- Have you ever lied to get out of work? - Yeah.
2.
Yeah.
3.
Who hasn't lied to get out of work?