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I wanted the evenings free for going out with friends.
We haven’t gone out dancing for a long time.
Let’s go out to eat tonight.
She wasn’t allowed go out and play with the other kids.
She wished she had been able to go out to South Africa with Nicola.
How long have Rob and Sue been going out?
Greg used to go out with Katy.
We’ve been going out together for three months now.
The fire must have gone out during the night.
The show doesn’t go out until after most kids have gone to bed.
Word went out that the factory was in danger of closing.
The invitations haven’t gone out yet.
Last year’s champion went out in the second round.
England went out of the World Cup amid great controversy.
That hairstyle went out about ten years ago.
Classic jewellery like this will never go out of fashion.
If the postal workers go out on strike, other sectors may well join them.