break out of (somewhere)

break out of (somewhere)
Definition: to escape from a place where you were a prisoner.
E.g.1: 3 convicts broke out of Holloway Prison last night.
E.g.2: He managed to break out of the police cell before they took him to court.
This phrasal verb cannot be separated.

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