|Main Entry:||get out of Dodge|
|Part of Speech:||v phr|
|Definition:||to depart a location|
|Example:||After the graffiti, they got out of Dodge.|
|Etymology:||fr Dodge City, Kansas, part of a cliche from old Westerns about the town|
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