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get the hell out (of somewhere)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget the hell out (of somewhere)get the hell out (of somewhere)informal not politeLEAVE A PLACE to leave a place quickly and suddenlyLet’s get the hell out of here! hell
Examples from the Corpus
get the hell out (of somewhere)Why on earth didn't I just tell Luke everything and get the hell out?You don't wait to pick up personal belongings, you just get the hell out.The car turning in the road, getting the hell out.I think we should get the hell out of here.Tell Amy to get the hell out of my house.But then I heard some one hollering at me, telling me to get the hell out of there.He had already decided to move, he wanted to get the hell out of there.So I wanted to get the hell out of there.The men wanted to get the hell out as fast as possible - they were concerned about survival.
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