Ответ в теме: English idioms

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to get somebody (something) out of one’s mind (head) — to stop thinking about somebody (something), to dis¬ miss somebody (something) from one’s mind
1. Charles knew that he would never get that smile out of his mind again. (J. Wain)
2. I wish you’d get Dr. Hasselbacher out of your head. (Gr. Greene)
3. Jane Gallagher. Jesus. I couldn’t get her off my mind. (J. Salinger)