Phrasal verb: get rid of

get rid of = to remove or throw away something unwanted

The word ‘rubbish’ is more commonly used in the U.K. while ‘trash’ is usual in America. πŸ™‚
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‘Get rid of’ can be used to talk about all sorts of things. You can ‘get rid of’ old shoes, clothes that no longer fit, shopping receipts, dried-out mascara, etc. πŸ€“
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Actually, that reminds me, I need to get rid of some out-of-date sunscreen. What do you need to get rid of? πŸ€”
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