Get out of bed
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to get out of (bed): to leave, to exit (the bed); to depart from (bed)
I haven't gotten out of bed yet. I might just lie here all day.
- "Now let's get out of this Jacuzzi and get to the heart of the matter."
- "I should tell you up front, Miss Bliss, Ivana doesn't even get out of bed for less than 50,000 dollars an appearance, but I'm sure you already knew that."
- "Why don't we get out of this plane?"
- "Icarus, get out the toilets!"
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