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|present participle||striking out|
|past tense||struck out|
|past participle||struck out|
It was an opportunity to strike out for independence.
O'Connor quit his job and decided to strike out on his own.
We decided to strike out on foot into the forest.
Rostov surfaced, then struck out for the nearest shore.
She slid into the water and struck out across the lake.
This is the British English definition of strike out. View American English definition of strike out.
a share of the profits of a company, paid once or twice a year to the people who own the...