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make outTo designate as the recipient.Rate it:

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bale outAlternative spelling of bail out.Rate it:

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bow outTo resign, or leave, with one's credibility still intact.Rate it:

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out to lunchAway eating lunch or for a midday break; especially, away from work or a job.Rate it:

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bear outTo corroborate, prove, or confirm; to demonstrate; to provide evidence for.Rate it:

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draw outTo improve a losing hand to a winning hand by receiving additional cards.Rate it:

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figure outTo come to understand; to discover or find a solution; to deduce.Rate it:

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go out like a lightTo fall asleep quickly.Rate it:

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iron outTo remove with an iron.Rate it:

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out of house and homeHelping Your Dog Adjust to a New Home, The Progressive Animal Welfare Society.Rate it:

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pour outTo talk volubly and deeply. Usually implies telling the truth.Rate it:

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call outTo specify, especially in detail.Rate it:

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round outTo make more complete by adding details.Rate it:

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da arse is gone right out of 'erAlternative form of arse is gone right out of 'erRate it:

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break outTo separate from a bundle.Rate it:

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eat outTo dine at a restaurant or such public place.Rate it:

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act outTo go through the process of a scene from a play, a charade or a pointless exercise.Rate it:

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air outTo expose to air; to leave open or spread out, as to allow odor or moisture to dissipate.Rate it:

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back outTo reverse a vehicle from a confined space.Rate it:

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bang outTo do something quickly, in a slipshod, or unprofessional manner.Rate it:

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bash outTo write something very quickly, without much thought.Rate it:

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blot outTo obscure.Rate it:

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bottle outTo fail to perform a promised or planned action due to lack of courage.Rate it:

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break outTo begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition.Rate it:

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break out of your shellWhen someone is a little shy.Rate it:

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bring outTo cause a visible symptom such as spots or a rash.Rate it:

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bug outTo abandon someone without warning.Rate it:

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burn outTo extinguish due to lack of fuel.Rate it:

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burn outTo tire due to overwork.Rate it:

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bust outto reveal, to showRate it:

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call outTo order into service; to summon into service.Rate it:

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call outTo arrange for a professional to call at your home for some purpose.Rate it:

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call outTo challenge.Rate it:

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check outTo leave in a hurry.Rate it:

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check outTo withdraw an item, as from a library, and have the withdrawal recorded.Rate it:

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check outUsed to draw attention to something and stimulate excitement about it.Rate it:

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chuck outTo discard, to dispose of.Rate it:

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drop out of warpDis-engage the cruise control on the carRate it:

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eat outTo perform cunnilingus.Rate it:

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edge outTo win in a contest or a game by a narrow margin of victory.Rate it:

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farm outTo subcontract some task to another; to outsource.Rate it:

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fly out of the trapsto start quickly.Rate it:

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get the lead outto go faster; to hurry upRate it:

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Get the Lead Out of Your FeetTo move hurry or work fasterRate it:

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go out1922, Alfred Edward Housman, XXVIII, lines 3-4.Rate it:

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go out on a limbTo take a risk.Rate it:

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hear outTo listen to someone until that person has finished.Rate it:

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if you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchenIf you cannot handle the pressure, you should not be in a position where you have to deal with it.Rate it:

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keep outAfter being warned, he kept out.Rate it:

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keep outTo restrain someone or something from entering a place or condition.Rate it:

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