away from or not inside a place
not at home or at a place of work; not in the library
indicating distance away from land, one's country, a town, etc.
so as to be clearly seen, shown, understood, etc.
no longer fashionable
in a loud voice; aloud
to the end; completely
(of a fire or light)no longer burning
no longer in a position of power
"you only get 3 outs per inning"
"he was tagged out at second on a close play"
"he fanned out"
"threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"
"the fire is out"
"a picnic is out because of the weather"
"now the Democrats are out"
"in our house dancing and playing cards were out"
"a taboo subject"
"the out doorway"
"the out basket"
"that style is out these days"
"the out surface of a ship's hull"
"the out islands"
"they went out last night"
"the cat came out from under the bed"
"he gave out money to the poor"
"gave away the tickets"
"This actor outed last year"
"The gay actor was outed last week"
"Someone outed a CIA agent"
"The truth will out"
It gave them an out, a reason for not doing it.
出自： C. Brown
My pictures..are now got back to the Room they were outed from.
出自： E. FitzGerald
They had outed Asquith quite easily.
出自： E. Waugh
Dorothy..had gone out one day for an airing.
出自： T. Hardy
The big hand-mirror which they had brought out..onto the terrace.
出自： I. Murdoch
She saw him out..then shut the door on him.
出自： E. Welty
He stared out the window at the hills beyond.
出自： P. Kavanagh
Out the back of the machine..ran a huge block cable.