TO GET RID OF
23 / 03 / 2006
TO GET RID OF: meaning and examples
Today's expression is
: to get rid of
: to throw away, to give away or to sell a possession that you do not want or need any longer.
We're going to have to get rid of
a lot of this stuff before we move to the new flat. Otherwise, we won't have any room!
Susana recently got rid of
her old music cassettes. She decided she no longer needed them now that she had an MP3 player.
If you are going to get rid of
those pictures, can I have them? They would look great in my summer house.
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