English version

be rid of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe rid of somebody/somethingbe rid of somebody/somethingGET RID OFto have taken action so that something or someone is no longer there to worry or annoy you The clerical part of his job was tedious, and he was glad to be rid of it. He was a bully, and we’re well rid of him (=it is good that he has gone). rid
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