get out of here

Submitted by zeaussas on 23.12.2017

get out of here (English) — Used as a figurative expression, "Ah, Get out o' here!", (with or without profanities). It can mean:
1. The person(s) you are talking to don't believe you (they may or may not mean for you to leave as well)
2. If you over exaggerate yourself or are too boastful (true or not)
3. Literally, go, leave from where you are. That is usually stated as "Get out of here!" (with or without profanities)

English, explained by Ww Ww on Sun, 24/12/2017 - 03:12

get out of here — hadi canım sen de

Turkish, explained by zeaussas on Sat, 23/12/2017 - 14:50