/ ˈɡet ˈɒf /
1. To be relieved of one's duties temporarily.
2. To cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case.
3. To deliver verbally
4. To enjoy in a sexual way
5. To escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action; SYN. get away, get by, get out, escape.
6. To leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
7. When you get off a bus, airplane, or train, you leave it.
8. When you are standing, lying, or sitting on something, such as a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, stage, platform, or piece of furniture, and you step down from it onto the ground, you get off it.
9. When you are standing within an area of ground, or on something that covers an area of ground, and you move to the side of it and step off of it, you get off it.
10. When you get a certain period of time off, you are allowed by your employer to miss work during this period.
11. When you stop talking on the telephone, you get off the telephone.