自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
PHRASE 扔掉;丢弃 When you get rid of something that you do not want or do not like, you take action so that you no longer have it or suffer from it.
The owner needs to get rid of the car for financial reasons...
There's corruption, and we're going to get rid of it...
PHRASE 摆脱;甩掉;赶走 If you get rid of someone who is causing problems for you or who you do not like, you do something to prevent them affecting you any more, for example by making them leave.
He believed that his manager wanted to get rid of him for personal reasons...
You seem in rather a hurry to get rid of me.
VERB 使…去掉;使…去除;使…摆脱 If you rid a place or person of something undesirable or unwanted, you succeed in removing it completely from that place or person.
The proposals are an attempt to rid the country of political corruption...
The new vaccine may rid the world of one of its most terrifying diseases.
VERB 摆脱;去除;消除 If you rid yourself of something you do not want, you take action so that you no longer have it or are no longer affected by it.
Why couldn't he ever rid himself of those thoughts, those worries?
...the country's efforts to rid itself of poverty and hunger.
ADJ 得到解脱的;摆脱…的 If you are rid of someone or something that you did not want or that caused problems for you, they are no longer with you or causing problems for you.
The family had sought a way to be rid of her and the problems she had caused them.
PHRASE 幸亏摆脱了 If you say that someone is well rid of someone, you think it is good that the person has gone because you did not like them or you think they caused a lot of problems.
It seems to me your wife was a shallow woman and you're well rid of her.