A: I hear that a good film will be on this afternoon.
B: Really? But I'm afraid we can't go to see it. Don't remember we will have a class meeting this afternoon?
A: Why not duck out?
B: You mean ducking out to a movie?
A: Yeah. What do you think of it?
exp. To leave stealthily when one is among other people, such as from a party or a meeting. （偷偷溜出去）
e.g. I don't know where Lindsay is—she must have ducked out while I was busy with other guests.
e.g. She ducked out of the theater during the intermission.
e.g. Pushing Herb in, she held the door handle to make sure he did not duck out again.
1. have a class meeting: 开班会
On Saturday afternoon we usually have a class meeting and sometimes we listen to a report.
Let us have a class meeting before we break up for the vacation.
e.g. What do you think of the terms of payment?
e.g. What do you think of my English?
e.g. What do you think of the ice show at the Center Theater?
A film will be on.