One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be about to leave a place or situation.‘if he doesn't show up in the next five minutes, I am out of here’
- ‘She would have delegated responsibilities, grabbed her handbag, and been out of there in two seconds.’
- ‘I just thought, OK, a little flash in the pan, make some quick money, and we're out of here.’
- ‘It's not my job; I'm out of here in a few years.’
- ‘He looked at his watch twice, and I said to myself, you know, I think he's probably going to be out of here shortly.’
- ‘I got my ballot, headed over to one of several open booths, marked in my choices, and was out of there in less than five minutes.’
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