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out in Chinese

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plural: outs   
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  • adv.
    1.〔位置及运动的方向〕向外,向外部;在外,在外部;出去,出外,离开;离岸,向海面;(船等)开往外国。 go out 出去。 run out 跑出。 come out 出来。 stay out (在外头)不回家。 bring [take] sth. out拿走东西。 leave sth. out省去[遗漏](某物)。
    2.〔同各种及物动词和不及物动词连用表示动作的极度〕完,尽;完全,彻底;到最后,显著;突出。 sell out卖完。 blow out a candle 吹灭蜡烛。
    3.〔以下各解用作表语,亦可视为形容词〕出外,在外。 Her son is out in Canada. 她的儿子出国在加拿大。 He is out. 他不在[出去了]。 anchor a mile out 停泊在离岸一英里处。 row out划出(海面)。 be out at sea 在海上航行中。
    4.罢工;失和。 The workmen are out. 工人在罢工。 I am out with Jones.=Jones and I are out. 我跟琼斯闹翻了。
    5.除外;离开…,被逐出,被排斥;【政治学】下台,下野,退位,退职;【运】退场;除去(阻碍等)。 The Tories are out. 托利党下台了。 The batter is out. 【棒球】打球员退场了。
    6.不足,缺乏,损失。 The wine has run out. 酒没有了。 I am out fifty pounds through him. 我为他损失了五十英镑。
    7.消灭;熄,完,尽,到期,满期。 The fire is out. 火熄了。 be tired out 筋疲力尽,累极。 before the week is out 在本星期内。
    8.失常;混乱;脱出;有毛病。 The arm is out. 胳臂脱臼了。 My eye is a bit out today. 今天眼睛有点不好。 My watch is five minutes out. 我的表快五分钟。 be out in one's calculation 计算错误。
    9. 出世,发表;出版;出现在交际场中;现出;(花)开;(小鸡等)孵出;(秘密)暴露。 The book is out. 那本书出版了。 The rose is out. 蔷薇开了。
    10.彻底,完全,直率,坦白;到最后,到完。 Tell him right out. 爽爽快快的告诉他。 hear one out 听完某人的话。
    11.过时,不流行;闲着。
    Phrases


    1.〔美国〕通过(门、窗等)而出。 go out the door 从门里出去。
    2.〔美口〕沿着…而去。
    Phrases

    n.
    1.失去了地位[权势]的人〔the outs〕在野党。
    2.外部,外头;外出;外观;体面。
    3. 【运】守方。
    4.【印刷】漏排。
    5.〔美国〕缺点,弱点;〔美俚〕(拳击中的)打倒;辩解,借口,离去的口实,逃脱的手段。
    Phrases

    adj.
    1.外面的,外头的;外围的;远的;向外去的。
    2.〔口语〕不平常的;特大的。
    3.在野的,下台的。
    4.〔口语〕过了时的。
    5.〔美俚〕时新的。
    6.〔美俚〕不省人事的,喝得烂醉的。
    Phrases

    vt.
    1. 〔口语〕逐出,赶出;【拳击】打倒,击昏(=knock out);【运】使退场;使出局。
    2. 把(火)弄熄[弄灭]。
    3. 揭发出(某人)为同性恋者;使(同性恋者)曝光。 Out that man! 把那个人赶出去!Murder will out. 恶事总必败露。
    vi.
    外出;败露,破露,显露。
    int.
    〔古语〕表示“愤慨”“谴责”等。 O- upon you! 滚!混蛋!
Examples
  • A stormy applause broke out in the hall .
    全场响起了暴风雨般的掌声。
  • She looked out of the window every now and then .
    她不时向窗外探望。
  • We can't be all that fussy out here .
    咱们在这可不能那么挑肥拣瘦的。
  • I really should straighten my situation out .
    我真得把我的情况澄清。
  • They were soon blotted out by the night .
    他们很快就消失在夜色中了。
  • I could hear them crying out to one another .
    我听得见他们相互呼应。
  • Nick went all out to win the race .
    尼克尽最大努力去赢得赛跑的胜利。
  • We have run out of petrol . what a bore !
    我们的汽油用完了。真麻烦。
  • The water drained out of the hole in the pail .
    水从桶的孔里流出来。
  • His behavior is nothing out of the ordinary .
    他的举止没有任何反常。
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English
    Adjective
  • not allowed to continue to bat or run; "he was tagged out at second on a close play"; "he fanned out"

  • Adverb
  • away from home; "they went out last night"

  • from one''s possession; "he gave out money to the poor"; "gave away the tickets"
    Synonyms: away, away,

  • moving or appearing to move away from a place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden; "the cat came out from under the bed";

  • away from home; "they went out last night"

  • from one''s possession; "he gave out money to the poor"; "gave away the tickets"
    Synonyms: away, away,

  • moving or appearing to move away from a place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden; "the cat came out from under the bed";

  • Adjective
  • being out or having grown cold; "threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"; "the fire is out"
    Synonyms: extinct,

  • knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
    Synonyms: knocked out, kayoed, KO''d, stunned,

  • outer or outlying; "the out islands"

  • outside or external; "the out surface of a ship''s hull"

  • no longer fashionable; "that style is out these days"

  • directed outward or serving to direct something outward; "the out doorway"; "the out basket"

  • excluded from use or mention; "forbidden fruit"; "in our house dancing and playing cards were out"; "a taboo subject"
    Synonyms: forbidden, prohibited, proscribed, taboo, tabu, verboten,

  • not worth considering as a possibility; "a picnic is out because of the weather"

  • out of power; especially having been unsuccessful in an election; "now the Democrats are out"

  • Verb
  • be made known; be disclosed or revealed; "The truth will out"
    Synonyms: come out,

  • reveal (something) about somebody''s identity or lifestyle; "The gay actor was outed last week"; "Someone outed a CIA agent"

  • to state openly and publicly one''s homosexuality; "This actor outed last year"
    Synonyms: come out of the closet, come out,

  • Noun
  • (baseball) a failure by a batter or runner to reach a base safely in baseball; "you only get 3 outs per inning"

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