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out

美 [aʊt]
英 [aʊt]
  • adv.出去;外出;离开;出于
  • n.出路;回避的方法;托辞
  • prep.〈美〉通过(门,窗等)而出;〈美口〉沿着…而去
  • adj.已公开同性恋身份的
  • int.〈古〉表示“愤慨”“谴责”等
  • v.揭露
  • 网络输出(output);开出;出局
第三人称单数:outs  现在分词:outing  过去式:outed  
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adv.
1.
~ (of sth)
(从…里)出来away from the inside of a place or thing
She ran out into the corridor.
她跑出来,冲进走廊。
She shook the bag and some coins fell out.
她抖了抖袋子,几个硬币掉了出来。
I got out of bed.
我起了床。
He opened the box and out jumped a frog.
他打开盒子,从里面跳出一只青蛙来。
Out you go!(= used to order sb to leave a room)
滚出去!
He ran out the door.
他跑出门去。
2.
~ (of sth)
不在家;不在工作地点;外出away from or not at home or their place of work
I called Liz but she was out.
我打电话给利兹,但她不在家。
Let's go out this evening(= for example to a restaurant or club) .
咱们今天晚上出去吧。
We haven't had a night out for weeks.
我们已经好几个星期晚上没出去过了。
Mr Green is out of town this week.
格林先生本周到外地去了。
3.
~ (of sth)
出去;离开(某地)边缘away from the edge of a place
The boy dashed out into the road.
男孩子向路中间冲去。
Don't lean out of the window.
不要探出窗外。
4.
~ (of sth)
远离(某地或陆地);离(某地或陆地)a long or a particular distance away from a place or from land
She's working out in Australia.
她远在澳大利亚工作。
He lives right out in the country.
他住在远离此地的乡间。
The boats are all out at sea.
船只全都出海了。
The ship sank ten miles out of Stockholm.
那条船沉没在距斯德哥尔摩十英里外海。
5.
~ (of sth)
除掉;清除used to show that sth/sb is removed from a place, job, etc.
This detergent is good for getting stains out.
这种洗涤剂能清除斑渍。
We want this government out.
我们想要这届政府下台。
He got thrown out of the restaurant.
他被逐出了餐馆。
6.
~ of sth/sb
(表示来源)从,用…制作used to show that sth comes from or is obtained from sth/sb
He drank his beer out of the bottle.
他从瓶口直接喝啤酒。
a statue made out of bronze
一尊青铜像
a romance straight out of a fairy tale
直接从童话改编的浪漫故事
I paid for the damage out of my savings.
我用自己的积蓄赔偿了损失。
We'll get the truth out of her.
我们会从她那里套出实情。
7.
~ of sth
没有;缺少used to show that sb/sth does not have any of sth
We're out of milk.
我们没有牛奶了。
He's been out of work for six months.
他已经失业六个月了。
You're out of luck ─she left ten minutes ago.
你真不走运,她十分钟前才离开。
8.
~ of sth
(表示不在原状态)脱离,离开used to show that sb/sth is not or no longer in a particular state or condition
Try and stay out of trouble.
尽量别惹麻烦。
I watched the car until it was out of sight .
我目送汽车,直到看不见为止。
9.
~ (of sth)
(表示不再参与某事)脱离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.
那件差事简直是受罪,我很高兴摆脱掉了。
He gets out of the army in a few weeks.
几周之后他就要离开部队。
They'll be out(= of prison) on bail in no time.
他们马上就要获得保释出狱。
Brown goes on to the semi-finals but Lee is out.
布朗进入了半决赛,但李被淘汰了。
10.
~ of sth
(表示原因)因为,出于used to show the reason why sth is done
I asked out of curiosity.
我因为好奇问了问。
She did it out of spite.
她那么做是出于恶意。
11.
~ of sth
从(某个数目或集)中from a particular number or set
You scored six out of ten.
总分十分你得了六分。
Two out of three people think the President should resign.
有三分之二的人认为总统应当辞职。
12.
不在图书馆;已借出not in the library; borrowed by sb else
The book you wanted is out on loan.
你要的那本书借出去了。
13.
在退潮期;退潮at or towards its lowest point on land
I like walking on the wet sand when the tide is out.
我喜欢退潮后走在湿润的沙滩上。
14.
(日、月、星辰)出现,未被云遮住if the sun, moon or stars are or comeout , they can be seen from the earth and are not hidden by clouds
15.
开放fully open
There should be some snowdrops out by now.
现在应该有雪花莲开放了。
16.
公开;发行available to everyone; known to everyone
When does her new book come out?
她的新书什么时候出版?
Word always gets out(= people find out about things) no matter how careful you are.
无论你多么小心,总会有消息走漏。
Out with it !(= say what you know)
你就说出来吧!
17.
大声地clearly and loudly so that people can hear
to call/cry/shout out
大声叫╱哭╱喊
Read it out loud .
请大声朗读。
Nobody spoke out in his defence.
没有人站出来替他辩护。
18.
(informal)
已公开同性恋身份having told other people that you are homosexual
I had been out since I was 17.
我从 17 岁起就公开我是同性恋。
19.
出局if a team or team member isout , it is no longer their turn with the bat
The West Indies were all out for 364(= after scoring 364 runs in cricket ) .
西印度群岛队以 364 分全队出局。
20.
出界if the ball isout , it landed outside the line
The umpire said the ball was out.
裁判员判球出界。
21.
~ (in sth)
错误;不准确not correct or exact; wrong
I was slightly out in my calculations.
我的计算出了点小错。
Your guess was a long way out(= completely wrong) .
你的猜测完全错了。
The estimate was out by more than $100.
这个估计差了 100 多元。
22.
不可能;不允许not possible or not allowed
Swimming is out until the weather gets warmer.
天气转暖前,游泳是不可能的。
23.
过时not fashionable
Black is out this year.
今年黑色不时兴了。
24.
熄灭not or no longer burning or lit
Suddenly all the lights went out.
突然间所有的灯光都灭了。
The fire had burnt itself out.
炉火烧尽熄灭了。
25.
结束at an end
It was summer and school was out.
夏天,学校放假了。
She was to regret her words before the day was out .
她到不了天黑就会为自己说的话后悔。
26.
无知觉;昏迷unconscious
He was out for more than an hour and came round in the hospital.
他昏迷了一个多小时,在医院才苏醒过来。
She was knocked out cold .
她完全被打昏了。
27.
(informal)
罢工on strike
28.
到底;完全地to the end; completely
Hear me out before you say anything.
你听我说完再讲话。
We left them to fight it out(= settle a disagreement by fighting or arguing) .
我们让他们争吵下去,争出个输赢。
IDM
I'm not out for revenge.
我不是来寻报复的。
She's out for what she can get(= trying to get something for herself) .
她力图得到自己能得的。
The company is out to capture the Canadian market.
这家公司竭尽全力抢占加拿大市场。
be out for sth/to do sth
试图得到(或做)to be trying to get or do sth
I'm not out for revenge.
我不是来寻报复的。
She's out for what she can get(= trying to get something for herself) .
她力图得到自己能得的。
The company is out to capture the Canadian market.
这家公司竭尽全力抢占加拿大市场。
We've been out and about talking to people all over the country.
我们游遍了全国,和各地的人交谈。
out and about
病愈后能外出走动able to go outside again after an illness
遍游某地travelling around a place
We've been out and about talking to people all over the country.
我们游遍了全国,和各地的人交谈。
As soon as I get my money I'm out of here!
我一拿到钱就走!
out of here
(informal)
走;离去;离开going or leaving
As soon as I get my money I'm out of here!
我一拿到钱就走!
We've only just moved here so we feel a little out of it.
我们刚搬到这里,所以心里觉得有点不适应。
out of it
(觉得自己是外人而)不是味儿sad because you are not included in sth
We've only just moved here so we feel a little out of it.
我们刚搬到这里,所以心里觉得有点不适应。
(因酒或药物作用而对周围事情)茫然不觉,昏昏然not aware of what is happening, usually because of drinking too much alcohol, or taking drugs
n.
1.
[sing]
回避的方法;托辞;出路a way of avoiding having to do sth
She was desperately looking for an out.
她在拼命找一条脱身之计。
adj.
1.
(informal)
已公开同性恋身份的having told other people that you are homosexual
an out gay man
已公开同性恋身份的男子
v.
1.
~ sb
揭露,公布(同性恋者)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.
他是被同性恋维权人士新近揭露的同性恋政治人物。

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