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Dr. Hammond is out right now – can I take a message?
Why don't you take Dad out for a drink?
Try to get out and about more – make new friends.
Parents will be relieved that their children are out of danger.
Stacey will be allowed to go free on condition that he stays out of trouble for a year.
We are facing a major crisis and there is no easy way out.
If we don't win today, we'll be out of the championships.
Australia was knocked out when England scored a last-minute goal in the quarter final of the tournament.
This is the American English definition of out. View British English definition of out.
to kill someone in a violent way