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WordReference Collins English Usage © 2020
go out - get out - get off
‘go out’
When you leave a building or room, you usually say that you go out of it or go out
He threw down his napkin and went out of the room.
I went out into the garden.
‘get out’
When you leave a car, you say that you get out of it or get out.
We got out of the taxi at the station.
I got out and examined the right rear wheel.
You also say that you get out of a lift, plane, or small boat.
‘get off’
When you leave a bus or train, you say that you get off.
When the train stopped, he got off.
Get off at the next stop.
You can also say that you get off a plane.
Be careful
You never say that someone ‘goes out’ of any kind of vehicle.
leaving with difficulty
If you leave a building or room with difficulty, you say that you get out of it or get out.
I managed to get out through a window.
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