||I do not believe it, you're kidding
||Your father played hockey with Bobby Orr? Get out!
|get out of
||avoid doing, not have to do
||You can get out of gym class if you say you have a headache.
|get out of my face
||go away, I am sick of you
||I didn't ask for your advice. Get out of my face!
|get out of the road
||move, do not stand there
||"Get out of the road!" he yelled as he rode his bike down the hill.
|get out of town
||you are mistaken, do not expect us to believe you
||You saw a Martian? Get outa town! I don't believe it.
|get out of your hair
||leave, not bother you, get lost
||Let me ask one more question; then I'll get out of your hair.
||move, let me sit beside you, move over
||Hey, get over! I was sitting here!
||travel, go to visit
||We hope to get over to the island when we go to Vancouver.
||forget, stop worrying about
||We can help her get over the accident by listening to her.
||try to see what is really happening, get serious
||He wants five million dollars to play hockey? Tell him to get real.