get off

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It's been four years since his first arrest, and the 35-year-old actor has had every chance to get off drugs, but apparently drugs are stronger.
When Andrew remonstrated, the thugs told him to get off the bus to sort it out.
County officials hope there will be a need for fewer staffers in the future, as more recipients get off welfare.