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Bent Out Of Shape

Bent Out Of Shape - leave (someone) alone; to stop leave & go somewhere else

  • I told my little sister to beat it. She doesn't let me do my homework.
  • I am going to beat it. I am going to go home.
  • We are going to beat it. It is getting late.
  • You should beat it. You have been here all day.
  • I wish the dogs would beat it. The dog is making a big mess.
  • The man in the library told us, if we are not quiet, then we must beat it.
  • Lets beat it, because there is nothing to do here.

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