Definition of get out in English:

get out

1(Of something previously secret) become known: news got out that we were coming
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  • He touches on the territorialism that occurs when the local's secret gets out and a treasure is discovered by the outside world.
  • She mentally whispered the last part, as if she didn't want her secret getting out.
  • Property prices have dropped since the news got out and people are annoyed, verging on being angry.
2 (also get out of here) [in imperative] informal , chiefly North American Used to express disbelief: get out, you’re a liar
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  • On second thought, Congressional genius? Get out of here.
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Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something