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out

 
pronunciation:
aUt
parts of speech:
adverb, preposition, adjective
phrases:
out of
part of speech: adverb
definition 1: away from the center or inside of something.
Go out through this door.Pour all the water out of the bottle.
antonyms:
in
definition 2: so as to be not working; off.
Turn the lights out.
antonyms:
on
 
part of speech: preposition
definition: through.
My advice to you goes in one ear and out the other.He walked out the door.
 
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: not present.
Dr. Jones is out right now.
definition 2: not working now or not able to work.
All their lights are out, so maybe they are not at home.That machine is out. You will have to use the other one.
phrase: out of