The Word is:”out”

out

/aʊt/

adverb

adverb: out

1. moving or appearing to move away from a particular place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden.
“he walked out into the street”

  • situated or operating in the open air, away from buildings.
    “the search-and-rescue team have been out looking for you”
  • no longer detained in prison.
    “they would be out on bail in no time”
  • 2. situated far or at a particular distance from somewhere.
    “an old farmhouse right out in the middle of nowhere”

  • to sea, away from the land.
    “the Persian fleet put out from Cyprus”
  • (of the tide) falling or at its lowest level.
    “the tide was going out”
  • indicating a specified distance away from the goal line or finishing line.
    “he scored from 70 metres out”
  • 3. away from home.
    “he’s gone out”

    in or to a public place for purposes of pleasure or entertainment.
    “an evening out at a restaurant”

    4. so as to be revealed or known.
    “find out what you can”

  • aloud; so as to be heard.
    “Miss Beard cried out in horror”
  • 5. at or to an end.
    “the romance fizzled out”

  • so as to be finished or complete.
    “I’ll leave them to fight it out”
  • in various other completive uses.
    “the crowd had thinned out”
  • 6. (of a light or fire) so as to be extinguished or no longer burning.
    “at ten o’clock the lights went out”

  • (of a stain or mark) no longer visible; removed.
    “try and get the stain out”
  • 7. no longer involved in a situation, competition, or activity.
    “Oxford United are out of the FA Cup”
    8. (of a jury) considering its verdict in secrecy.

    preposition

    preposition: out

    1. non-standard contraction of out of.
    “he ran out the door”

    adjective

    adjective: out

    1. not at home or at one’s place of work.
    “if he called, she’d pretend to be out”
    synonyms: not here, not at home, not in, gone away, away, elsewhere, absent, away from one’s desk

    “I’m afraid she’s out at the moment”

    antonyms: in

    2. revealed or made public.
    “the secret was soon out”

    synonyms: revealed, in the open, out in the open, common knowledge, public knowledge, known,
    disclosed, divulged, exposed
    “the secret was soon out”

    antonyms: unknown, secret

  • published.
    “the book should be out before the end of the month”
    synonyms: available, obtainable, in the shops, published, in print, issued
    “the book should be out by the end of the month”
  • informal
    in existence or use.
    “it works as well as any system that’s out”
  • dated
    (of a young upper-class woman) introduced into society.
    “where is the use of having a lot of dresses when she isn’t out yet?”
  • open about one’s homosexuality.
    “I had been out since I was 17”
  • 3.no longer alight; extinguished.
    “the fire was nearly out”

    synonyms: not burning, extinguished, no longer alight, quenched, doused, dead, defunct

    “the fire was nearly out”

    4. not possible or worth considering.
    “a trip to the seaside is out for a start”
    5. in a state of unconsciousness.

  • Boxing
    unable to rise from the floor.
  • 7. mistaken; in error.
    “he was slightly out in his calculations”

    synonyms: mistaken, inaccurate, incorrect, wide of the mark, wrong, in error, off
    “he was slightly out in his calculations”

    antonyms: spot on, accurate
    8.(of the ball in tennis and similar games) outside the designated playing area.
    9.Cricket Baseball

    no longer batting or at bat; having had one’s innings or at bat ended by the fielding side.

    “England were all out for 159”
    10.(of a flower) in bloom; open.

    synonyms: in flower, flowering, in bloom, in full bloom, blooming, in blossom, blossoming, open
    “the roses are out”

    antonyms: in bud

    noun

    noun: out; plural noun: outs; plural noun: the outs

    1. informal
    a way of escaping from a problem or dilemma.
    “he was desperately looking for an out”
    2. Baseball
    an act of putting a player out.
    3. the political party not in office.

    verb

    verb: out; 3rd person present: outs; past tense: outed; past participle: outed; gerund or present participle: outing

    1. knock (someone) out.
    2. informal

    reveal the homosexuality of (a prominent person).
    synonyms: expose, unmask, uncover

    “it was not our intention to out him”
    3. West Indian

    extinguish.

    “out the lamp when you’re ready”
    4. dated

    expel, reject, or dismiss.

    “they had outed Asquith quite easily”

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