Get out of here

Meaning: 1) An exclamation of surprise, disbelief, incredulity. 2) To leave or depart from a specific place. Also used as a command to do so.

Example: 1) Sally’s brother is dating my cousin? Get out of here! You just won the lottery? Get out of here! 2) I think we’d better get out of here, things are starting to look a little bit rough. Get out of here, you hooligans!

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