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Adverb
In or into an exterior place or location, especially in the open air
“The restaurant chairs placed out in the open were essentially meant for lounging, rather than eating or drinking.”
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Absent from where one is expected to be, such as one's home
“A few weeks later, a parcel arrived while I was out.”
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From a given place
“I staggered out from the call room into the brightly lit hallway, blinking and shivering.”
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(of sound) At a loud or audible volume
“Marilyn covers her ears as the loudspeakers blare out across the ocean in a deafening volume.”
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To an absolute extent or degree
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“The fabric was stretched out across the bars and fastened at each end.”
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Into a position of prominence or notice
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In a manner causing someone to lose consciousness
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(of a feeling or rumour) Widely current
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(of time) Spent away from work or other duties
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Out of mind
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Absent or not at a place where one is expected to be
“I phoned Hari but he was out, so I left a message with his concierge.”
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Revealed or made public
“But the secret was soon out after Saunders frankly confessed all that he had felt for some time back, and what he had done.”
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Available to the public
“The band's new album is expected to be out before the end of the year.”
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No longer alight or in existence
“All of sudden, the fire was out as the firemen at the other end of the fuselage regained control.”
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Inaccurate or incorrect
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“The department's preliminary cost for the project was out by a significant percent.”
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Fully committed or determined in achieving a goal
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“He's out to achieve his lofty goals despite the naysayers.”
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Not permitted
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“Late-night partying is out, and so is smoking and the consumption of alcohol.”
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Ruled out as an option
“Giorgio's suggestion is out as it is highly impractical, if not ludicrous.”
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No longer in fashion
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“Yes, it's true, straight hair is out and curls are in.”
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Exhausted, used up or not having any more of something
“You'll need to buy some more milk as it is out.”
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Dazed or knocked out
“Leonard, testifying before the commissioners, declared that he was completely out after the blow that sent him to the floor.”
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In full bloom
“The roses are out in our walled garden and looking lovely.”
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Openly gay
“He's been out since his early twenties.”
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Not confined or imprisoned
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Not physically functioning or working
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More than is reasonable
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In a state of inactivity or repose, either physical or mental
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Not following the planned, or intended, route
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Not liked or popular
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Causing or inducing sleep, normally with harmful overtones
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Not available
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Acting or done without justification and with no concern for the consequences
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Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
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No longer new and interesting or exciting
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Relating to the external appearance of something rather than its true nature
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To become apparent or to be revealed
“Sooner or later, the truth will out.”
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To expose or reveal something that has been hidden or kept secret
“The depiction of Melange as an untrustworthy performer suggests that Brown means to out him as an undercover agent.”
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To expel or send away, especially permanently
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“Congress declared that they would use force to out him from power if he didn't leave voluntarily.”
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To make known, especially confidential information and in a discrete manner
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In a state of preparation or waiting
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To spread information
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In full bloom
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In printed or published form
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To wash something by rinsing or flooding with water
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To extinguish a flame or fire
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To provide in payment