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be well out of

Definition of be well out of in English:

British informal Be fortunate to be no longer involved in (a situation).
Example sentences
  • Given Libeskind's unhappy experiences since, maybe that was one project Viñoly was well out of.
  • The kids were well out of it, double sharp, and Mattie… It was the only time I acted without thinking.
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