out

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 [ˈaʊt]


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out

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adv
  1. the new [book, movie] is out [soon, now]
  2. am (all) out of [tissues, ideas]
  3. you're out of luck
  4. are all sold out (of)
  5. get out of [here, the way, my way]
  6. go out [for milk, to the store, into the rain]
  7. likes to [go, get, eat, dine] out
  8. are you out of your mind?
  9. [his shot was, the students were] out of bounds
  10. [this is, I am] out of my comfort zone
  11. made out of [scraps, cans, recycled material]
  12. [log, sign] out (of)
  13. pulled (it) out of [his pocket, the drawer]
  14. pointed (it) out (to me)
  15. turned out (so) [well, poorly, badly]
  16. check this out!
  17. look out (for)
  18. and then I found out that
  19. the [session, period] has timed out
  20. you really missed out!
  21. stands out [at school, of the crowd]
  22. print out the [receipt, directions]
  23. send out a [reminder, invitation]
  24. carry out the plan
  25. [work, figure] out the [problem, solution]
  26. lay out [a plan, the table, in the sun]
  27. fill out the [forms, missing information]
  28. check out a [book, movie] from
  29. crossed his name out
  30. help out at [school, the picnic]
  31. sport: [struck, bowled] out [in the ninth, for a duck]
adj
  1. are out on a date
  2. are out of the [house, office] (at the moment)
  3. is out (as gay) now
  4. (through) the out door
n
  1. the ins and outs of [English, mechanics, politics, their marriage]
  2. knows the ins and outs of [English]
  3. the ins and outs of the [subject, matter, language]
  4. an out from the [team, company, organization, responsibility]
  5. the [worker, player, partner] is looking for an out
  6. can't [give, afford] him an out (to quit)
  7. is on the outs with his [sister, brother, father]
  8. the pitcher [recorded, struck, claimed] [five] outs (in the game)
v
  1. out him as a [cheater, crook, fraud, fake]
  2. outed [him, his opponent, the attacker]
  3. out [your boss, the politician, owner]
  4. outed an undercover [agent, cop]
  5. the undercover [agent] was outed
  6. was outed by [an employee, a reporter, a leak]
  7. outed for his [actions, crimes, opinions]
  8. outed as [being, having, doing, participating in]
  9. outed from the [company, team, group] for
  10. outed as [gay, a lesbian]
  11. flesh out [a character, a story, a plan, an idea]
  12. try to flesh it out [a bit, a little] (more)
  13. he has fleshed out [a bit, a lot]
additional examples
  1. out him as a [cheater, crook, fraud, fake]
  2. the ins and outs of [English, mechanics, politics, their marriage]
  3. the new [book, movie] is out [soon, now]
  4. outed [him, his opponent, the attacker]
  5. knows the ins and outs of [English]
  6. am (all) out of [tissues, ideas]
  7. out [your boss, the politician, owner]
  8. the ins and outs of the [subject, matter, language]
  9. you're out of luck
  10. outed an undercover [agent, cop]
  11. an out from the [team, company, organization, responsibility]
  12. [this milk is, his ideas are] out of date
  13. the undercover [agent] was outed
  14. the [worker, player, partner] is looking for an out
  15. are all sold out (of)
  16. was outed by [an employee, a reporter, a leak]
  17. can't [give, afford] him an out (to quit)
  18. [is, looks] (slightly) out of place
  19. outed for his [actions, crimes, opinions]
  20. is on the outs with his [sister, brother, father]
  21. an out-of-office [reply, email]
  22. outed as [being, having, doing, participating in]
  23. the pitcher [recorded, struck, claimed] [five] outs (in the game)
  24. are out on a date
  25. outed from the [company, team, group] for
  26. are out of the [house, office] (at the moment)
  27. outed as [gay, a lesbian]
  28. get out of [here, the way, my way]
  29. go out [for milk, to the store, into the rain]
  30. [is always, likes to get] out and about
  31. likes to [go, get, eat, dine] out
  32. tennis: the ball is out
  33. is out (as gay) now
  34. are you out of your mind?
  35. [his shot was, the students were] out of bounds
  36. [this is, I am] out of my comfort zone
  37. (through) the out door
  38. made out of [scraps, cans, recycled material]
  39. [log, sign] out (of)
  40. pulled (it) out of [his pocket, the drawer]
  41. pointed (it) out (to me)
  42. turned out (so) [well, poorly, badly]
  43. check this out!
  44. look out (for)
  45. and then I found out that
  46. the [session, period] has timed out
  47. you really missed out!
  48. stands out [at school, of the crowd]
  49. print out the [receipt, directions]
  50. send out a [reminder, invitation]
  51. carry out the plan
  52. [work, figure] out the [problem, solution]
  53. lay out [a plan, the table, in the sun]
  54. fill out the [forms, missing information]
  55. check out a [book, movie] from
  56. crossed his name out
  57. help out at [school, the picnic]
  58. sport: [struck, bowled] out [in the ninth, for a duck]
  59. flesh out [a character, a story, a plan, an idea]
  60. try to flesh it out [a bit, a little] (more)
  61. he has fleshed out [a bit, a lot]
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