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|present participle||emptying out|
|past tense||emptied out|
|past participle||emptied out|
He was told to empty out his desk and leave.
She lifted the bag and emptied the contents out onto the bed.
He emptied his clothes out of the drawers.
All the bars empty out at the same time.
This is the American English definition of empty out. View British English definition of empty out.
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