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Detailed Translations for get out from English to French

get out:

to get out verb (gets out, got out, getting out)

  1. to get out (step out; get off)
    – move out of or depart from 1

Conjugations for get out:

  1. get out
  2. get out
  3. gets out
  4. get out
  5. get out
  6. get out
simple past
  1. got out
  2. got out
  3. got out
  4. got out
  5. got out
  6. got out
present perfect
  1. have gotten out
  2. have gotten out
  3. has gotten out
  4. have gotten out
  5. have gotten out
  6. have gotten out
past continuous
  1. was getting out
  2. were getting out
  3. was getting out
  4. were getting out
  5. were getting out
  6. were getting out
  1. shall get out
  2. will get out
  3. will get out
  4. shall get out
  5. will get out
  6. will get out
continuous present
  1. am getting out
  2. are getting out
  3. is getting out
  4. are getting out
  5. are getting out
  6. are getting out
  1. be gotten out
  2. be gotten out
  3. be gotten out
  4. be gotten out
  5. be gotten out
  6. be gotten out
  1. get out!
  2. let's get out!
  3. gotten out
  4. getting out
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for get out:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
changer d'air get off; get out; step out
- break; bring out; draw; escape; exit; get around; get away; get by; get off; go out; leave; pull; pull out; take out

Synonyms for "get out":

Antonyms for "get out":

Related Definitions for "get out":

  1. escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action1
    • I couldn't get out from under these responsibilities1
  2. be released or become known; of news1
  3. express with difficulty1
    • I managed to get out a few words1
  4. take out of a container or enclosed space1
  5. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover1
  6. move out or away1
  7. move out of or depart from1

Wiktionary Translations for get out:

get out
  1. Traductions à trier suivant le sens.
  2. tirer une chose de la place où elle est. Se dit aussi en parlant des personnes et des animaux.

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