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all-out using every resource or means available.
average out to amount to an arithmetic average (usually followed by "to"). [2 definitions]
back out of to fail to do something that was agreed upon.
bail out (informal) to jump from an airplane with a parachute.
bawl out (informal) to scold loudly.
beat the tar out of (informal) to beat or whip severely. [2 definitions]
black out to faint or pass out.
blot out to remove or cancel. [2 definitions]
blow out to stop the burning of something with the movement of air.
bow out to stop taking part in an activity; leave or resign.
branch out to try new activities, interests, or pursuits.
bug out (informal) to leave, quit, or flee; desert.
burn out to stop functioning because of a technical mistake or lack of fuel. [2 definitions]
carry out to do; bring to completion. [2 definitions]
carry-out of food prepared in a commercial establishment, ready to eat but to be taken off the premises; take-out. [2 definitions]
check out to pay for something in a store where there are different lines for people to pay. [2 definitions]
checkout the act of checking out of a hotel room. [4 definitions]
chew out to scold (informal).
chill out (informal) to become calmer; stop being tense or emotional. [2 definitions]
churn out to produce or manufacture rapidly or in large quantity.