Go-out-of-one-s-way meaning

To go out of one's way is defined as to inconvenience yourself to help someone out.

An example of to go out of one's way is to drive 15 minutes in the opposite direction to pick up a friend.

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(idiomatic) To make an extra effort.

I wouldn't mind some help, but please don't go out of your way for me.

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