get shot of

get shot of
get shot of (slang)
To get rid of
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Main Entry:shoot

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to get rid of someone or something

In the end, we were glad to be shot of the car.

Thesaurus: to get rid of something or someonesynonym to end a friendship or relationshipsynonym remove by cuttinghyponym
Main entry: shot

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get (or be) shot of
Brit., informal get (or be) rid of

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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