Phrasal Verb Get off

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Escape punishment

Example: He GOT OFF on a technicality and left the court a free man.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Leave a bus, train, etc.

Example: We GOT OFF the bus and walked to my house.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Finish, leave work

Example: I like to GET OFF early on Fridays.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Start a journey

Example: We need to GET OFF early to avoid the rush hour traffic.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Help a baby or child sleep

Example: I can’t GET the kids OFF because of the noise from next door.

Notes:

– Separable [obligatory]

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Orgasm, have sex

Example: We GOT OFF last night.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Manage to fire a gun

Example: She GOT OFF a few shots before she was arrested.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Stop talking on the phone

Example: Let me know when he GETS OFF the phone as I need to make a call.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Write or send letters, messages, etc

Example: I GOT three emails OFF before the meeting.

Phrasal Verb: Get off

Meaning: Say or write something funny.

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