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out /aut/
  • phó từ
    • ngoài, ở ngoài, ra ngoài
      • to be out in the rain: ở ngoài mưa
      • to be out: đi vắng
      • to put out to sea: ra khơi
      • to be out at sea: ở ngoài khơi
    • ra
      • the war broke out: chiến tranh nổ ra
      • to spread out: trải rộng ra
      • to lenngthen out: dài ra
      • to dead out: chia ra
      • to pick out: chọn ra
    • hẳn, hoàn toàn hết
      • to dry out: khô hẳn
      • to be tired out: mệt lử
      • to die out: chết hẳn
      • before the week is out: trước khi hết tuần
      • have you read it out?: anh ta đã đọc hết cuốn sách đó chưa?
      • he would not hear me out: nó nhất định không nghe tôi nói hết đã
    • không nắm chính quyền
      • Tories are out: đảng Bảo thủ (Anh) không nắm chính quyền
    • đang bãi công
      • miners are out: công nhân mỏ đang bãi công
    • tắt, không cháy
      • the fire is out: đám cháy tắt
      • to turn out the light: tắt đèn
    • không còn là mốt nữa
      • top hats are out: mũ chóp cao không còn là mốt nữa
    • to thẳng, rõ ra
      • to sing out: hát to
      • to speak out: nói to; nói thẳng
      • to have it out with somebody: giải thích cho rõ ra với ai, nói thẳng ra với ai
    • sai khớp, trật khớp, trẹo xương
      • arm is out: cánh tay bị trẹo xương
    • gục, bất tỉnh
      • to knock out: đánh gục, đánh bất tỉnh, cho đo ván
      • to pass out: ngất đi, bất tỉnh
    • sai, lầm
      • to be out in one's calculations: sai trong sự tính toán
    • không như bình thường, bối rối, luống cuống, lúng túng
      • the news put him out: tin đó làm anh ra bối rối
      • I have forgotten my part and I am out: tôi quên mất phần vở (kịch) của tôi và tôi cuống lên
    • đã xuất bản (sách); đã nở (gà con); đã được cho ra giao du (con gái mới lớn lên); đã truyền đi (bức điện)
    • all out
      • (thông tục) hoàn toàn, hết sức, hết lực; toàn tâm toàn ý
    • to be out and about
      • đã dậy ra ngoài được (sau khi ốm khỏi)
    • out and away
      • bỏ xa, không thể so sánh được với
    • out and to be out for something
      • đang đi tìm cái gì; theo đuổi cái gì; quyết tâm kiếm bằng được cái gì
    • out from under
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) thoát khỏi cảnh khó khăn, thoát khỏi cảnh hiểm nghèo
    • out of
      • ra ngoài, ra khỏi, ngoài
    • out of the house: ra khỏi nhà
    • out of reach: ngoài tầm với
    • out of danger: thoát khỏi cảnh hiểm nguy
      • out of curiosity: vì tò mò
      • out of pity: vì lòng trắc ẩn
      • out of mecessity: vì cần thiết
    • bằng
      • made out of stone: làm bằng đá
    • cách xa, cách
      • three kilometers out of Hanoi: cách Hà nội ba kilômet
      • out of sight out of mind: xa mặt cách lòng
    • sai lạc
      • to sing out of tune: hát sai, hát lạc điệu
      • out of drawing: vẽ sai
    • trong, trong đám
      • nine out of ten: chín trong mười cái (lần...)
      • to take one out of the lot: lấy ra một cái trong đám
    • hết; mất
      • to be out of money: hết tiền
      • to be out of patience: không kiên nhẫn được nữa, không nhịn được nữa
      • to be out of one's mind: mất bình tĩnh
      • to cheat someone out of his money: lừa ai lấy hết tiền
    • không
      • out of doubt: không còn nghi ngờ gì nữa, chắc chắn
      • out of number: không đếm xuể, vô số
      • out of place: không đúng chỗ, không đúng lúc
    • out to
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) quyết tâm, gắng sức (làm điều gì)
    • out with
      • cút đi, cút khỏi, ra khỏi
    • out with him!: tống cổ nó ra!
    • out with it!: nói ra đi!, cứ nói đi!
    • bất hoà, xích mích, không thân thiện
      • to be out with somebody: xích mích với ai, không thân thiện với ai
  • danh từ
    • từ ở... ra, từ... ra
      • from out the room came a voice: một giọng nói vọng từ trong buồng ra
    • ở ngoài, ngoài
      • out this window: ở ngoài cửa sổ này
  • tính từ
    • ở ngoài, ở xa
      • an out match: một trận đấu ở sân khác (không phải ở sân nhà)
    • quả
      • out size: cỡ quá khổ
  • danh từ
    • (số nhiều) (chính trị) (the outs) đảng không nắm chính quyền
    • (ngành in) sự bỏ sót chữ; chữ bỏ sót
    • (thể dục,thể thao) quả bóng đánh ra ngoài sân (quần vợt)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) lối thoát; cách cáo từ, cách thoái thác
    • the ins and outs
      • (xem) in
  • ngoại động từ (từ lóng)
    • (thông tục) tống cổ nó đi
    • (thể dục,thể thao) cho nó đo ván (quyền Anh)
    • nội động từ
      • lộ ra (điều bí mật...)
    Concise Dictionary
    outs|outed|outingaʊt
    noun
    +(baseball) a failure by a batter or runner to reach a base safely in baseball
    verb
    +to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality
    +reveal (something) about somebody's identity or lifestyle
    +be made known; be disclosed or revealed
    adj.
    +not allowed to continue to bat or run
    +being out or having grown cold
    +not worth considering as a possibility
    +out of power; especially having been unsuccessful in an election
    +excluded from use or mention
    +directed outward or serving to direct something outward
    +no longer fashionable
    +outside or external
    +outer or outlying
    +knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
    adv.
    +away from home
    +from one's possession

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adv.
    1 outside, outdoors, in or into the open air:
    If you go out take an umbrella.
    2 away (from), abroad, elsewhere, not (at) home, gone (from), gone away (from), absent (from):
    She was out of the house when I phoned.
    3 in or into the open, to or into public notice, for all to see, out of the closet:
    Everything will be brought out at the trial.
    4 revealed, exposed, visible, discernible, manifest, in sight, in view:
    Are the stars out tonight?
    5 short, minus, missing, in default, out of pocket:
    He is out the $2000 he invested in a Welsh diamond mine.
    6 free, at liberty, at large, loose, unconfined:
    They let Matilda out after she served her sentence.
    7 completely, thoroughly, effectively, entirely:
    I was tired out after that long swim.
    adj.
    8 unconscious, senseless, insensible, Colloq out cold, out like a light:
    He has been out for almost an hour.
    9 dated, out-dated, out-moded, passé, old-fashioned, antiquated, old hat, démodé, obsolete, unfashionable:
    Longer skirts were out in the mid-1960s.
    10 outlying, distant, far-off, peripheral:
    He was planning to travel to the outer reaches of his empire. Let's sail to some of the out islands
    11 exhausted, gone, finished, ended; over, completed:
    Our food was out. Rescue came before the day was out.
    12 inaccurate, incorrect, wrong, at fault, faulty, off, wide of the mark:
    Your figures are out by a factor of four.
    13 unacceptable, forbidden, prohibited, not allowed, Colloq not on:
    Smoking is out in the dining room.
    14 extinguished, unlit; off, doused; inoperative, non-functioning, out of order or commission, unserviceable, broken:
    Make certain that all camp-fires are completely out. The light is out in the corridor.
    n.
    15 alibi, excuse, escape, loophole, evasion:
    She used your visit as an out to avoid calling on her mother.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adverb, preposition, noun, verb
    adverb, preposition
    Help Note: For the special uses of out in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example burst out is in the phrasal verb section at burst.
    1 ~ (of sth) away from the inside of a place or thing: She ran out into the corridor. + She shook the bag and some coins fell out. + I got out of bed. + He opened the box and out jumped a frog. + Out you go! (= used to order sb to leave a room) + (spoken, non-standard) He ran out the door.
    2 ~ (of sth) (of people) away from or not at home or their place of work: I called Liz but she was out. + Let's go out this evening (= for example to a restaurant or club). + We haven't had a night out for weeks. + Mr Green is out of town this week.
    3 ~ (of sth) away from the edge of a place: The boy dashed out into the road. + Don't lean out of the window.
    4 ~ (of sth) a long or a particular distance away from a place or from land: She's working out in Australia. + He lives right out in the country. + The boats are all out at sea. + The ship sank ten miles out of Stockholm.
    5 ~ (of sth) used to show that sth/sb is removed from a place, job, etc: This detergent is good for getting stains out. + We want this government out. + He got thrown out of the restaurant.
    6 ~ of sth used to show that sth comes from or is obtained from sth/sb: He drank his beer out of the bottle. + a statue made out of bronze + a romance straight out of a fairy tale + I paid for the damage out of my savings. + We'll get the truth out of her.
    7 ~ of sth used to show that sb/sth does not have any of sth: We're out of milk. + He's been out of work for six months. + You're out of luck-she left ten minutes ago.
    8 ~ of sth used to show that sb/sth is not or no longer in a particular state or condition: Try and stay out of trouble. + I watched the car until it was out of sight.
    9 ~ (of sth) used to show that sb is no longer involved in sth: It was an awful job and I'm glad to be out of it. + He gets out of the army in a few weeks. + They'll be out (= of prison) on bail in no time. + Brown goes on to the semi-finals but Lee is out.
    10 ~ of sth used to show the reason why sth is done: I asked out of curiosity. + She did it out of spite.
    11 ~ of sth from a particular number or set: You scored six out of ten. + Two out of three people think the President should resign.
    12 (of a book, etc.) not in the library; borrowed by sb else: The book you wanted is out on loan.
    13 (of the TIDE) at or towards its lowest point on land: I like walking on the wet sand when the tide is out.
    14 if the sun, moon or stars are or come out, they can be seen from the earth and are not hidden by clouds
    15 (of flowers) fully open: There should be some snowdrops out by now.
    16 available to everyone; known to everyone: When does her new book come out? + Word always gets out (= people find out about things) no matter how careful you are. + Out with it! (= say what you know)
    17 clearly and loudly so that people can hear: to call / cry / shout out + Read it out loud. + Nobody spoke out in his defence.
    18 (informal) having told other people that you are HOMOSEXUAL: I had been out since I was 17.
    19 (in cricket, baseball, etc.) if a team or team member is out, it is no longer their turn with the bat: The West Indies were all out for 364 (= after scoring 364 RUNS in cricket).
    20 (in tennis, etc.) if the ball is out, it landed outside the line: The umpire said the ball was out.
    21 ~ (in sth) not correct or exact; wrong: I was slightly out in my calculations. + Your guess was a long way out (= completely wrong). + The estimate was out by more than $100.
    22 not possible or not allowed: Swimming is out until the weather gets warmer.
    23 not fashionable: Is rap out yet?
    24 (of fire, lights or burning materials) not or no longer burning or lit: Suddenly all the lights went out. + The fire had burnt itself out. + He stubbed his cigarette out.
    25 at an end: It was summer and school was out. + She was to regret her words before the day was out.
    26 unconscious: He was out for more than an hour and came round in the hospital. + She was knocked out cold.
    27 (BrE, informal) on strike: The dockers stayed out for several months.
    28 to the end; completely: Hear me out before you say anything. + We left them to fight it out (= settle a dispute by fighting or arguing).
    See also - ALL-OUT
    Idioms: be out for sth / to do sth to be trying to get or do sth: I'm not out for revenge. + She's out for what she can get (= trying to get something for herself). + The company is out to capture the Canadian market.
    out and about (BrE)
    1 able to go outside again after an illness
    2 travelling around a place: We've been out and about talking to people all over the country.
    out of it (informal)
    1 sad because you are not included in sth: We've only just moved here so we feel a little out of it.
    2 not aware of what is happening, usually because of drinking too much alcohol, or taking drugs: He looks completely out of it.
    + noun
    Idioms see IN n.
    + verb [VN] to say publicly that sb is HOMOSEXUAL, especially when they would prefer to keep the fact a secret: He is the latest politician to be outed by gay activists.


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